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11:54
11:54

Polish Embassy Embarks on Construction of UGX180M Maternity Ward at Nyabyeya Health Center II 3 1

Rev.Father Peter Wasswa, the Country Director of the polish Development Organization in Uganda told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that construction of the maternity ward by the polish embassy is in appreciation for the good reception the people of Nyabyeya and Masindi, in particular, offered to the polish refugees when they settled in the area.
15:04
15:04

Strange Flies Invade Masindi Villages livestock 5

Perez Asiimwe, a resident of Nyakarongo village claimed that domestic animals like pigs, goats and cows have started dying as a result of being bitten by the flies.
15:20
15:20

Masindi Hospital Health Workers End Week-Long Strike Patients 4

The health workers said they couldn't continue handling patients especially those diagnosed with the deadly COVID-19 pandemic without Personal Protective equipment-PPE, because this exposed them to a greater risk of contracting the disease. The situation left many patients admitted at the health facility puzzled with no one to attend to them.
06:51
06:51

Masindi Hospital Health Workers Abandon Patients Over Lack of PPE protective gear 5

Most of the health workers who spoke to Uganda Radio Network on condition of anonymity noted that all the PPE including face masks, gloves and sanitisers that were given to them got used up two weeks ago and they cannot continue to attend to patients especially those with COVID-19 cases without the protective gear.
17:05
17:05

Kinyara Health Center III Reopened Health workers 1

The health facility that is located within Kinyara Sugar Works Company Limited premises and serves the company workers and the neighboring communities was closed on Thursday last week.
17:54
17:54

Kinyara Health Center III Closed After 8 Staff Tested Positive for COVID-19 3 1

Patrick Baguma, the Masindi District Health Officer-DHO says that samples from the health workers were taken on Wednesday and on Thursday all the eight samples turned positive for COVID-19 prompting the District COVID-19 task force to temporarily suspend operations at the health Center to avoid further spread of the virus.
12:19
12:19

Two Senior Health Officials in Masindi Test Positive for COVID-19. 1 1

Dr Rogers Musinguzi, the Head of COVID-19 Case management team in Masindi district, told Uganda Radio Network on Monday morning that they are arranging to transfer the two senior health officials to either Entebbe hospital or Hoima Regional Referral Hospital COVID-19 Treatment Unit.
10:55
10:55

Panic As Masindi Man Dies of Ebola Like-Symptoms Death 1

Richard Businge, the Kitanyata 2 village chairperson, says that Abigaba was first admitted in a nearby clinic before he was transferred to Masindi Hospital when his condition worsened where he died from.
10:08
10:08

Masindi Receives 25,900 Face Masks COVID-19 2

Masindi district registered its first COVID-19 case on May 1,2020 after a police detective attached to Masindi Central police station tested positive for the Coronavirus during the Rapid Assessment survey conducted by the health ministry across the country.
13:39
13:39

Masindi Hospital Female Ward Turned into COVID-19 Isolation Center 1

The decision to turn the Female ward into the COVID-19 Isolation Center comes at a time when the Minsitry of health plans to have more COVID-19 Isolation centers across the country in anticipation of more COVID-19 cases around the country.
14:29
14:29

456 Corona Suspects Discharged in Masindi COVID-19 1 1

The suspects include 331 from Masindi Police Barracks, 22 from Masindi Hospital, 43 from Masindi Public Primary School, 34 from Masindi Army Barracks and 26 from Kabalega Secondary School.
14:50
14:50

Masindi District Recieves 660 COVID-19 Test Kits Task force 2 1

Dr. Patrick Baguma, the Acting Masindi District Health Officer-DHO, says following the confirmation of a case in the district, the Health ministry dispatched 660 COVID-19 Test kits to help them test some of the suspects more especially those at high risk.
13:36
13:36

44 Inmates Relocated to Masindi Public Primary School suspects 3 2

The suspects were relocated and quarantined on Wednesday evening according to police and health officials.
11:20
11:20

COVID-19: Minister warns Health Workers against Laying down Tools 4 11

Aceng who was assessing the COVID-19 situation in Masindi on Wednesday following a confirmed case says any health worker who will go on strike over lack of protective gear to treat COVID-19 patients must be dealt with accordingly saying this is a battle for survival not losing life.
13:11
13:11

Security Puzzled as Masindi Residents Flood Town Center 2

Eriabu Komurubuga, a resident of Masindi town, says there is need for security to strictly enforce the stay home directive by the president. He faults security for laxity in enforcing Covid19 preventive guidelines in the district.
14:48
14:48

Masindi Public Primary School Designated COVID-19 Isolation Centre Isolation center 2

Dr Rogers Musinguzi, the Head of COVID-19 Case Management team in Masindi, says that given the big number of people who came into direct contact with the police officer, they have decided to use Masindi Public Primary school to accommodate COVID-19 suspects since the only one Isolation centre at Masindi hospital is not appropriate.
12:41
12:41

COVID-19: Masindi Health Officials Tracing for 2300 Contacts

On Saturday, a police officer attached to Masindi central police station tested positive to COVID-19 during the ongoing health ministry community survey. He has since been transferred to Hoima Regional Referral hospital COVID-19 Treatment Unit.
13:22
13:22

COVID-19: Twenty Quarantined at Masindi General Hospital health officials

Those quarantined are five police officers, two suspects who had been arrested and detained at Masindi police station plus 13 others.
10:28
10:28

Masindi COVID-19 Patient Transferred to Hoima Regional Referral Hospital 1

The Masindi patient is one of the two people who tested positive to COVID-19 on Saturday bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 85 in the country. The other patient who tested positive is a 35-year old Kenyan male driver who entered the country through the Busia border.
17:34
17:34

Masindi Hospital Runs Out of Protective Gear health officials

Some of the protective gears which are out of stock at the hospital include masks, infrared thermometers, gumboots among others.
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