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19:27
19:27

Ministers, MPs Demand Free Services in Mulago Hospital Private Wing 1 1

Dr Byarugaba said that it was disturbing that politicians don't want to pay for hospital services and expect peasants to pay for the same, adding that although the hospital is often blamed for not raising revenue, all efforts in this direction have been frustrated by Ministers, Members of Parliament and other political leaders.
17:32
17:32

Health Committee to Probe Operations of Private Pharmacies in Mulago Hospital 1 1

In 2019, President Yoweri Museveni ordered the National Drug Authority (NDA) to cancel licences of the two private pharmacies operating in Mulago. However, the directive, according to Dr. Baterana, was temporarily stayed following legal advice from the Attorney General.
15:13
15:13

Cult Followers in Luwero Hamper Polio Immunization Campaign Luwero district 4 1

Local Leaders say the cult believes that the immunization campaign is satanic and a plan to enforce the new world order.
12:40
12:40

Medical Lab Techs Suspend Strike over Deployment Promises Medical Strike 2

Sylvia Nabuddo, the Deputy General Secretary, Uganda Medical Laboratory Technology Association (UMLTA) told journalists on Friday that they held a meeting with Public Service Minister Wilson Muruli Mukasa early in the week who promised to address their grievances.
11:39
11:39

Central Bank Calls for Better Planning, Accountability for Emergencies 5

Atingi-Ego says without accountability and good governance, no amount of investment of resources will lead to sustainable growth and development.
11:32
11:32

UAE Eases Restrictions on Transit Passengers from Uganda 1

In its latest update on COVID-19 testing requirements, the condition was waived for passengers to six of the seven emirate countries. Passengers now need to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result certificate issued from an accredited laboratory within 48 hours to departure. Only those destined to Dubai are required to have a certificate issued within six hours to departure.
10:53
10:53

Rift Valley Fever Outbreak Confirmed in Kagadi 3

The case was confirmed following the death of Justus Mugisa 34, a herdsman and a resident of Kihuura LCI in Mabaale sub-county in Kagadi district.
09:55
09:55

Mukono Municipality Asks Health Ministry to Take Over Rotary Hospital 1 1

The 2 billion Shillings facility was constructed by the Rotary Club of Kampala on 10-acres of land donated to Rotary in 1996, by the Late Rotarian George Kasedde Mukasa for the Club to implement a community service project.
09:06
09:06

Africa’s Fourth COVID Wave Flattens Out After Six-Week Surge

WHO said that this marked the shortest surge since the pandemic began on the continent, where total cases have exceeded 10.2 million. Recorded cases of infection show that the weekly number plateaued in the seven days leading up to January 9, from the previous week.
08:48
08:48

Gulu Varsity Scientist Asked to Arrange for Covilyce-1 Clinical Trials Gulu University 2 1

Covilyce-1 was invented by scientists at Gulu University’s Faculty of Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Studies (Pharm-Biotech) headed by Dr. Lamwaka last year. The scientists claim the herbal concoction which is in form of powder, nasal drops, (anal) suppositories, and (syrup) linctus clears covid-19 within 72 hours.
08:16
08:16

Herbalist Ssenfuka Starts Process to Transform Diabetes Concoction into Pill, Syrup 4

David Ssenfuka, the herbalist who has been dispensing this herb, having picked knowledge from his deceased grandmother told URN in an interview that they held a meeting with the National Drug Authority on Tuesday, to guide them on what they require to start trying the drug which has been code named SD2018 on humans.
07:36
07:36

AIDS Commission Wants Gov’t to Meet Half of HIV Financial Burden 1

The Uganda AIDS Commission (UAC) has appealed to government to increase its funding towards the HIV/AIDs fight by shouldering at least half of the financial burden in a bid to reduce donor dependence.
07:25
07:25

WHO Recommends Two New Drugs to Treat Patients with COVID-19   1 Top story

The first drug, baricitinib, is a Janus kinase (JAK) inhibitor- a class of drugs used to treat autoimmune conditions, blood and bone marrow cancers, and rheumatoid arthritis. According to the WHO Guideline Development Group, it is strongly recommended for patients with severe or critical disease in combination with corticosteroids.
00:02
00:02

Wakiso Targets 640,000 Children in Polio Immunization Campaign Ministry of Health 3 3

Dr Mathias Lugoloobi, the Wakiso District Health Officer says that the exercise will run in a staggered manner starting with Busiro and then Kyaddondo. He explains that several activities have since been conducted among them training of the health workers and VHTs as well as social mobilization.
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