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Topic - Christine Ondoa
Scores of Ugandans were isolated on Thursday to prevent the spread of a new outbreak of Ebola which has already killed three people.
Scores of Ugandans were isolated Thursday to prevent the spread of a new outbreak of Ebola that already has killed three people.
Ugandan officials say a new outbreak of Ebola hemorrhagic fever has killed at least two Ugandans in a district near the capital.
"The Ministry of Health once again calls upon the public to stay calm as all possible measures are being undertaken to control the situation," said Ugandan Health Minister Christine Ondoa.
"The Ministry of Health once again calls upon the public to stay calm as all possible measures are being undertaken to control the situation," Christine Ondoa, Uganda's minister of health, said.