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An outbreak of the deadly Marburg virus has been confirmed in Uganda's Kamwenge district by the health authorities.
Two miners have been diagnosed with the fast-spreading Ebola-like haemorrhagic fever, close to the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo.
One of them has died and about 40 other people working at Kitaka gold mine have been quarantined, officials say.
Marburg has a high fatality rate. The last reported outbreak was in Angola in 2005 when some 300 people died.