The number of those injured in the shooting by the military police at the Kasubi tombs has risen to 13.
Two unidentified people have been confirmed dead and their bodies. Their bodies are awaiting identification at Mulago Hospital mortuary.
A ledger at the Mulago Hospital casualty ward lists 13 people ferried in by the Uganda Red Cross Society.
The injured have been identified as Patrick Mwanje whose leg was shattered by a bullet and had to be amputated. Others are CBS Radio reporter Mukiibi Serunjogi, Robert Katongole, Simon Birungi and Allen Babirye.
The names of other shooting victims identified are Joseph Faka, Isma Bugembe, Simon Kiiza, Karoli Serwagga, Okello Otaala and Pius Nabaasa.
A woman, Annette Kibuuka, suffered shock. Most of the people admitted at Mulago suffered injuries sustained during beatings by anti-riot police shortly before President Yoweri Museveni visited the scene early in the afternoon.
Health workers, including foreign resident medics, at the casualty ward were clearly overwhelmed by the number of patients they had to attend to.
John Sebuliba, a customer care officer at the ward, said they would compile a final list later. He said Uganda Red Cross Society is still bringing in more casualties from the Kasubi area.
Hundreds of relatives and friends of the victims thronged the hospital to ensure their loved ones got treatment. Due to the large numbers the security personnel at the hospital's main gate locked out several people who wanted to gain access to see their relatives.