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Uganda Strives to Keep COVID-19 Out of Refugee Population 

Uganda’s refugee population has so far reported eight cases of COVID-19. In Bidibidi settlement, Yumbe district, the refugee leaders are working tirelessly to keep the numbers down. In Bangatuti village, Bidibidi settlement, four refugee welfare council members meet to discuss their awareness message to the community.    When COVID-19 broke out in Uganda in March 2020, the Ugandan government quickly shut its door to new refugees, including those from South Sudan, to curb the spread of the disease caused by the coronavirus.


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