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23:18
23:18

MOH Embarks on Survey to Establish Number of Ugandans Infected with COVID-19 Ministry of Health 1

This will be the third assessment that the health ministry will be carrying out for COVID-19 since the country declared its first case in March 2020.
22:29
22:29

Uganda’s AfroBasketball Games Called Off After Five Team Members Test Positive for COVID-19 tunisia 1

Five members of the Uganda national Basketball team the Silverbacks have tested positive for COVID-19 forcing basketball governing body, FIBA to postponed all their games.
21:13
21:13

Makerere University Professor Found Dead in House MAK - CEDAT 2 1

Kerali was a lecturer at Makerere University at the College of Engineering, Design, Art, and Technology (CEDAT).
19:29
19:29

WHO Asks Countries with New Covid-19 Variants Not to Halt Planned Vaccinations

According to WHO many vaccines under production might not have an effect on the variant and as such vaccination cannot be stopped. With Pfizer and Astraenca vaccines having similar results, the UN health agency wants African countries to disregard findings from studies and continue with planned vaccinations
16:08
16:08

Firewood Ban in Pallisa Town Council Meets Resistance 2

The authorities imposed a directive to stop firewood use in restaurant kitchens to reduce health related disease caused by smoke, and made the adoption of clean energy like biogas a condition to continue operating a restaurant
16:06
16:06

FMD Resurgence Leaves Lyantonde Meat Consumers, Dealers Stranded 2 1 Top story

According to Dr. Ronald Bameka, the District Veterinary Officer (DVO), more than 500 animals especially cows and goats are infected adding that they decided to close all beef, mutton, goat’s meat butcheries, pork joints and meat-roasting stalls and cattle markets to control the spread.
14:55
14:55

Access to Health Centers in Omoro Hindered by Poor Roads 2

The nearest health facilities to the village are Lakwatomer Health Center II and Lakwana health center III which are 5km and 7km respectively.
14:48
14:48

Some Kalangala Fishermen Angry with Resumed Operations Against Illegal Fishing 1 5

Some fishermen in Kalangala have called upon Fish Protection Unit (FPU) Officers to stop destroying their boats while carrying out illegal fishing operations on Lake Victoria.
13:01
13:01

Scientist Designs Covid-19 Behavioral Change and Communication Alphabet Model Makerere University 2 4

In the model, Seruwagi starts with an A representing Awareness and goes ahead to say that awareness is high but adherence to preventive guidelines is extremely low. B represents the need for behavioral change messages in the face of high community infections and complacency while deaths, infection and recovery from the viral respiratory disease remain shrouded in mystery.
09:32
09:32

Gov't Health Facilities Have Enough Medical Requirements -Wakiso D/CAO 1 3

Bukenya has told URN that there is enough evidence to prove that government through the national medical stores delivers all the necessary requirements to its health facilities within the district and therefore demanding for money from patients before they are treated is an offence which is punishable by dismissal.
09:19
09:19

Number of Pregnant Finalists Fewer than Expected -MOE Pregnant Learners 1

Due to the high number of pregnancy cases recorded during the lockdown, ministry of education officials expected to have over 1,000 finalists in this state. However according to preliminary investigations, less than 200 finalists reported to education institutions when they were pregnant
08:42
08:42

Grenade Explosion Kills Six, Critically Injures Five Others in Adjumani 2

Josephine Angucia, the West Nile Regional police spokesperson, says the minors picked up the explosive from a bush near the settlement around 2 pm and tried to cut it using a machete triggering it to explode.
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