Breaking

Archive

Jul 2021 6 results
17:39
17:39

COVID-19 Infections, Deaths Remain High Amidst Calls to End Lockdown Ministry of Health 2 2

The country then recorded 14,073 cases, in the first fortnight of the lockdown, a figure which was halved to 7,122 cases in the second fortnight, and further to 3,308 cases in the last fortnight of the lockdown. Overall, between June 1 and July 29, Uganda recorded 46,135 news cases according to an analysis of the John Hopkins University coronavirus data tracker.
14:33
14:33

UNEB Records Improved Perfomance in UCE UCE 2020 2 1 Top story

According to the results released on Friday at State House Nakasero by the Minister of Education, Janet Kataha Museveni, 39,968 candidates in 2020 passed in Division One compared to 27,842 in 2019.
13:43
13:43

1,000 in Mbale City Miss Covid-19 Relief Fund 1 1

According to the Mbale City Deputy Town Clerk, Kenneth Khatuli, records of at least 1,289 people who registered for the fund had been bounced back for not meeting the criteria.
12:14
12:14

Health Centres in Lira Giving ARVs in Bulk to Patients 5

Emily Awio, in charge ART clinic at Ogur HCIV, says that the bulk ARVs are given to people to last them six months. She explains that the drugs are given to people who have a stable viral load and those who have been on treatment for more than two years.
10:56
10:56

COVID-19 Vaccine Shipments Boost for Africa

The WHO said that it hoped COVAX would ship 520 million doses to Africa by the end of 2021, in addition to more shots from other sources, including deliveries from the African Union, which is expected to supply around 45 million jabs by the end of the year.
07:06
07:06

COVID-19 Disruptions Spur New Outbreaks of Immunisable Diseases in Africa

The nearly 10 per cent rise in missed vaccinations on the previous year in Africa was driven by disruptions to health services by the COVID-19 pandemic, new data by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and World Health Organization (WHO) show.
Jul 2021 6 results