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Mar 2020 8 results
20:24
20:24

Artists, Opinion Leaders 'Add Rhythm' to Fight Against COVID-19 5 2 Top story

In some of the lyrics, artists, both local and international are seeking to lift the spirits of persons fighting a disease, whose genesis, mutation, management and treatment, remains strange to mankind. Some of them carry a spiritual message, so powerful at a time of self-isolation, quarantine and social distancing in response to the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
17:22
17:22

Kaabong RDC Closes Mining Site Over COVID -19 corona virus 1

Today, the committee led Kaabong Resident District Commissioner, John Rex Achilla closed Lopedo mining site where close to 1, 000 artisan miners work daily.
16:24
16:24

COVID - 19: Uganda’s Medical Interns Unable to Travel to Hospitals 1 2

At Mubende Hospital, a total of 35 medical interns (including Doctors, Nurses and Pharmacists have been affected by lack of transport means. The interns body says they stay far from the hospital and have been unable to report to their duty stations due to the ban of public transport.
14:05
14:05

First Lady Urges Mothers to Fast, Pray to Kick COVID-19 Out of Uganda COVID 19 1 3

In a recorded message, Mrs Museveni said mothers need to come together and pray for the nation. She makes reference to the intervention made by mothers in the late 80s' when the HIV scourge was at its peak with double-digit prevalence rates in Uganda.
10:45
10:45

Works Ministry Shuts Down all Driving Permit Issuing Offices COVID-19 in Uganda 1

According to the ministry, the shutdown takes effect immediately and offices such as Face Technologies where Ugandans go to process driving permits will not be open starting today
10:25
10:25

Uganda Confirms 4 New Cases of COVID-19 1 Top story

The tweet threat indicates that the four were part of a group of 197 cases tested on Thursday. All the people who were tested were returnees from Dubai and other high-risk countries.
09:42
09:42

Lacor Hospital Attending to Patients Under Tents COVID-19 1

Josephine Anying the hospital information officer told URN on Thursday that the initiative started last week to allow adequate spacing among visiting people seeking health care and reduces the risks of infections due to fresh air.
09:26
09:26

Health Facilities Ill-Prepared for COVID-19 Threat COVID 19 3 1

At Naguru General Hospital- one of the health facilities that has been designated by the health ministry to handle referral cases of the disease, doctors are working with no face shields. They are using surgical masks and lack goggles to protect their eyes.
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