Dr. Misaki Wayengera, a member of the National COVID-19 Task Force says health workers have reported that upon turning up for their second jabs, some cannot tell whether they were given AstraZeneca or any other of the jabs currently being given.
MPs Muhammad Ssegirinya and Allan Ssewanyana are facing several charges, including murder, attempted murder, aiding and abetting terrorism. They were on Monday denied bail by Masaka High Court Judge, Lawrence Tweyanze saying that their release would jeopardize investigations since they are currently under trial.
Last week, Vice-Chancellor Professor Barnabas Nawangwe said that in a bid to limit student numbers as a preventive measure against the spread of Covid-19 students studying humanities and non-practical science courses will study online.
In their proposals regarding the Bill, retired Lt. Sam Kigula, the Chairperson of Lake Kyoga Integrated Management Organization told MPs that people who settle on floating Islands pollute the lake. He said that there is a need for a law to stop these settlements.
With tones of frustration, they endure lengthy queues on rainy and sunny days, in pursuit of justice. But for all, there is a common name pushing them into a state of being landless; Charles Kyagaba, a name that is featured in land wrangles dating as back as 2001.
The explosive device went off from within the bus as it travelled through Lungala in Mpigi district. But Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga says that the exhibit and preliminary investigation show that the bomber was wearing a suicide jacket and had a detonator in his hands.
According to lawyers and health rights activists that URN spoke, vacciantion mandates that require all members of staff or visitors at the Ministry of Health or the National Medical Stores are illegal. The lawyers say no law or statutory instrument has been issued on vaccination which makes it illegal for government entities to victimize unvaccinated staff or visitors
This shows a Debt-to-GDP ratio of 45.5 per cent in contrast to earlier estimates of almost 50 per cent, which had been stated by the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development. During the year, the economy grew to 148 trillion Shillings from 139.7 the previous year.
Available statistics show that wetland coverage in Uganda has dropped from 37,346.3 Sq. Km in 1994 (15.5 percent) to 21,526.3 Sq.Km which is an 8.9 percent decrease. There is also a projection indicating that if the destruction trends are not checked, Uganda will be left with only 1.6 percent of wetlands cover by 2040.
According to Uganda Beach Soccer Association-UBSA, before the league resumes on November 21, there will be a competition at Mutoola beach resort in Mukono on 7 and 9 November that will act as a curtain-raiser for the league.
Ibrahim Mwesiga, Kiconco's brother says he learnt of her predicament last night after he called her phone and someone told him that she had sustained injuries in the explosion. Four of her siblings including Mwesiga are attending to her at Mulago.