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case geneva;”>Sister Moreen Tumwebaze, the nurse in charge of the isolation section, told our reporter on phone from Rukungiri that they are closely monitoring the two patients.
She said the relatives of the patients had been prohibited from accessing them as part of the containment measures.
Tumwebaze said the patients are receiving specialized care from the hospital although she admitted the hospital does have enough protective gear in case they have to treat more patients.
She, however, urged the people of Rukungiri to remain calm, saying the disease will be handled with extra care and asked them to follow the necessary precautions.
Dr. Elisha Rutahirwa, the Rukungiri district director of health services, confirmed the admission of these two patients.
He could only divulge that the first patient is aged 16 and had spent a considerable time in Kibaale district before returning to his home district.
He stressed that the two patients are under observation and nor confirmed Ebola virus patients.
He did sound a note of caution to residents urging them to be careful in their travel to affected areas to avoid contracting the disease.
The Ministry of Health claims the epdemic, which last month killed over 17 people in Kibaale district, is under control.