A second patient affected with the deadly Ebola virus in Uganda has died in the current outbreak, a health ministry official said on Thursday.
“A grandmother also died last night,” Emanuel Ainebyona, Uganda health ministry spokesman told Reuters.
The first fatality, a five-year-old boy who had crossed into Uganda from Democratic Republic of Congo, died late on Tuesday.
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