Data from the health ministry shows that to date, over 600,000 cases of COVID-19 have been reported. Analysis based on the explanation of health experts shows that around 5.1 to 5.4 million cases have not detected
Lukwago left the country on November 24th to seek further treatment at the hospital after he had been diagnosed with acute anaphylaxis, a severe and potentially life-threatening allergic reaction that experts say can occur within seconds or minutes of exposure to something one is allergic to.
Twaibu Wamala, the Executive Director of Uganda Harm Reduction Network (UHRN), says that many of those the users they have tried to counsel, say they cannot stop immediately and have confessed sharing injections but infected blood when desperate for a high.
At least four ladies, three of whom were shot with live bullets and one knocked by security operatives are in dire need of medical care. They were taken to hospital, but after the removing of the bullets from their bodies, they were sent home with no qualified personnel to attend to their gunshot wounds.
Dr. Joseph Mugisha, the project Deputy Principal Investigator, says preliminary findings show that many people are inclined to using herbal concoctions for disease prevention as opposed to the scientifically proven methods.
Alfred Okello, a resident of Anyacoto Village blames the Sub County leadership for failure to allocate funds to build a new latrine at the health facility. Okello says currently patients visiting the facility answer nature’s call in a nearby bush, which possess a huge health risk.