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20:07
20:07

Over 50,000 Get Vaccinated Against Yellow Fever in NMS Drive 2

54,750 Ugandans have been vaccinated against Yellow Fever in the twelve day exercise organised by the National Medical Stores-NMS.
19:08
19:08

MOE, Stakeholders, Agree on Raft of Measures for Safe Reopening of Schools 2

The ministry of education has tabled seven strategies as proposals for the safe reopening of schools during a virtual meeting that attracted several stakeholders. Among the proposals is the strengthening of Covid-19 surveillance system in schools and here the ministry wants the heads of institutions of learning to be accountable for the implementation of all SOPs in the schools and Covid-19 related management.
17:48
17:48

Experts Push for Testing Solid Tumors Through Blood, Breastmilk and Urine Makerere University 3

The study comes amid widespread concern that over 80 per cent of the people who develop cancer only get confirmed when it’s irreversibly late. They are now testing the effectiveness of a liquid test or biopsy against the old and commonly used solid biopsy that involves taking a tissue sample directly from within a tumour.
12:42
12:42

Uncontrolled Dumping Threatens Public Health in Gulu 3 2

Many of the roadside trash bins that were constructed through the World Bank-funded Uganda Support to Municipal Infrastructure Development (USMID) project have been abandoned, and others overflowing with heaps of garbage, emitting a foul stench in the neighbourhood.
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