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23:02
23:02

96 People Return from Europe, North Africa 2

this group brings the total number of returnees to 1,693, ever since June 22nd, 2020 when the country started receiving stranded Ugandans and legal residents.
21:04
21:04

Two Babies Die at Arua Hospital During Power Outages-Director Wenreco. 3 2

West Nile Rural Electrification Company-Wenreco, which supplies power to the region has been experiencing intermittent power outages because of the breakdown in one of the turbines at its dams.
19:59
19:59

Uganda Halts Use of Hdyroxychloroquine for COVID-19 Treatment COVID-19 in Uganda 1

The drug has been used to treat some positive cases of the disease at some treatment facilities like Entebbe General Hospital. It was used in combination with antibiotics like azithromycin and painkillers where needed.
12:19
12:19

Gov’t Officials Meeting in Entebbe to Discuss Possibility of Ending Lockdown COVID-19 1 1 Top story

The government started easing COVID-19 restrictions a month ago, after more than two months of a total lockdown that was announced as one of the measures to control the spread of COVID-19. But salons, arcades, bars and bodaboda businesses have remained closed, alongside churches, schools and other public gatherings.
12:06
12:06

Amuru Officials Disagree on Closure of Covid19 Quarantine Center 1

The task force ran out of food to feed the suspects in institutional quarantine by Saturday last week.
04:41
04:41

Two COVID-19 Vaccine Trials Enable Body to Fight Off Virus

The findings from phase 2 trials of the vaccines show that when the Oxford University COVID-19 vaccine (ChAdOx1nCOV-19) and the Ad5-vectored COVID-19 vaccine from China were injected, participants were able to help the body create more T-cells and antibodies that are able to suppress the COVID-19 virus.
Jul 2020 6 results