Uganda’s President Museveni Tests Positive for COVID-19 Again

A Resilient Leader's Battle with the Virus

by Amos Maundu
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On June 7, 2023, President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda tested positive for COVID-19 once again, as confirmed by senior health ministry officials. This development occurred subsequent to his initial infection and subsequent recovery from the virus. The president opted for a second test in response to diplomatic pressures.

Fortunately, President Museveni has expressed that he does not feel unwell and only experienced mild feverish symptoms during the early stages of his infection. His robust health has allowed him to continue fulfilling his duties while adhering to standard operating procedures (SOPs) for managing COVID-19 cases. In a reassuring turn of events, his wife, Janet Museveni, has tested negative for the virus.

The recurrence of the virus raises concerns about its persistence and the challenges it presents, even for global leaders. Museveni’s resilience and commitment to carrying out his responsibilities while combating the virus exemplify his dedication to serving his country and its people. Despite this setback in his health, he remains focused on guiding Uganda through these uncertain times.

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