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12:22
12:22

Avoid Handshakes, Hugs During Enthronement of New Archbishop- MOH Church of Uganda 2

The event is scheduled to take place on Sunday March 1, 2020. According to the Ministry, all persons attending the service will undergo screening for coronavirus (COVID -19). There will also be standby health personnel at the venue, to take them through the just created guide that has the dos and don’ts.
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16:00

Corona Virus: Parents Backtrack on Demand to Evacuate Students from China Ministry of Health 3 1 Top story

Parents whose children are stuck in China following the Corona virus outbreak have backtracked on their initial demands to have the students brought back amidst the crisis.
20:05
20:05

Ugandan Students Safe in China- MOH ministry of health 3 1

In her statement to Parliament on Thursday, Aceng said that Ministry of Finance and that of Foreign Affairs were to remit US Dollars 61,800 to the students to support them as the government monitors the situation.
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13:23

28 Isimba Dam Workers Held in China over Coronavirus 1 1

Xia Nenghai, the Project Manager of China Water and Electrical Company Ltd working on the Isimba Dam told the Physical Infrastructure Committee of Parliament, that apart from the challenges they are facing to complete the project, some of their staff are stuck in China.
19:07
19:07

Govt Approves UGX 25b for Coronavirus Preparedness Ministry of Health 3

Reports indicate that the death toll from the coronavirus outbreak in mainland China has risen to 490 after more deaths were reported in Hubei province. There are now more than 24,600 cases in China alone, with a much smaller number of cases in about 25 other countries around the globe.
17:28
17:28

No Ugandan has Tested Positive for Coronavirus - Minister Aceng MINISTRY OF HEALTH

Minister Aceng said there are 71 Ugandan students quarantined at their residences in China and none of them has tested positive.
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17:11

Entebbe and Naguru Hospitals Designated for Corona Virus Management Ministry of Health

In a press statement, issued on Wednesday Dr Charles Olaro, the Ag. Director-General of Health services said even as Uganda has not registered any case whether confirmed or suspected, they are on high alert since a number of Ugandans continue going to China and others coming into the country.
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