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22:29
22:29

Scientists Move to Assess Safety Amidst Cocktails of COVID -19 Vaccines Makerere University 3 1

So far, in addition to the AstraZeneca vaccines, the country has received a donation of Sinopharm vaccines from China and they expect Johnson and Johnson vaccines that have already been ordered through the African Union. Also, the US government has promised to deliver some Pfizer vaccines this month.
20:17
20:17

Health Ministry Lifts Ban on Travellers from India Ministry of Health 1

Other countries in this category include the US, UK, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, South Africa, Kenya and Tanzania. This categorization, the minister says is based on the presence of variants of concern in the specific country, the rate of transmission of the disease in that country, number of deaths and vaccination levels.
20:14
20:14

25 Injured as Truck Overturns in Seeta Trading Centre Accident 1 2

An eyewitness Sulaiman Ssekanwagi says that the truck driver was trying to avoid a collision with a motorcycle from the opposite direction but swerved off the road and overturned.
14:32
14:32

UACE Results: UNEB Registers Lowest Number of Absentee Candidates

A total of 952 candidates registered for the exams but did not show up. This is the lowest number of absentee candidates that UNEB has recorded in the past five years.
12:16
12:16

Gulu District Leaders Appeal for More Relief Aid to Hailstorm Affected Homes crop gardens 1 2

Hi John Oola, a father of five in Bungatira Sub-County where more than 500 families were affected says he missed out on the relief because they were assessed after the local leaders had already submitted the list of affected homed.
11:19
11:19

WHO Asks Countries to Assess COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout

According to WHO, Assessment this will help to spot areas for improvement to foster quicker administration of jabs.
10:05
10:05

A Thousand Teenage Pregnancies, 678 Abuses Recorded in Masaka 3 1

The figures are traced from official records of expectant mothers who sought antenatal healthcare services at the various health facilities in Masaka district and the city inclusive.
09:30
09:30

Celebrating Volunteers Who Support Vulnerable Communities amidst Pandemic 2

Early last year, in the first lockdown, Uganda was hit hard as many people living with HIV missed their medication refills affecting their adherence to medicine, yet another big number of people reported developing mental health challenges and couldn’t access care.
05:06
05:06

Child Cancer Survivor Roots for Play-Therapy for Children on Treatment childhood cancer 6 2

Dr Joyce Balagadde who heads the Pediatrics Division at the Institute acknowledges this trend but also adds that it’s costly for the institute to implement play therapy considering that they work with minimum budgets
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