11 children have tested positive for coronavirus in Uganda, raising the country's total number of infections to 44. Uganda President Yoweri Museveni, in a press briefing on Tuesday night, said the 11 kids are members of Watoto Choir and had been in isolation. “Eleven children of Watoto choir tested positive yesterday, they were in the quarantine. The number of people with COVID-19 is now 44,” said Museveni. At the same time, Museveni said Uganda will not carry out mass testing for Covid-19, terming it ‘expensive and meaningless’. "You may test today and tomorrow you get exposed. It is only better to test with signs,” he noted. He further warned Ugandans against defying the dusk-to-dawn curfew that was imposed on Monday to combat the spread of the illness. The restriction runs from 7 pm to 6:30 am. “Anyone that will move during that time will be doing so at their own risk, I advise you against it because we do not want incidents,” he warned.