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14:27
14:27

First Day of School Postponed for 140m First-Time Learners – UNICEF COVID-19 pandemic

In 2020, schools globally were fully closed for an average of 79 teaching days. However, for 168 million students, after the pandemic began, schools were shuttered for nearly the entire year. Even now, many children are facing an unprecedented second year of disruption to their education, and prolonging the first year of School which sets up the building blocks for all future learning, with introductions to reading, writing, and math.
21:17
21:17

Kasese, Kanungu Health Facilities Boosted with Medical Supplies COVID-19 pandemic 1

The benefiting facilities are Kasese Community Health and Education Foundation and Bwindi Community Hospital in Kanungu District. Each of them will receive a consignment of personal protective Equipment-PPE’s, patient monitoring systems, and oxygen consecrators, among others.
09:29
09:29

Kasingye Asks Police to Focus More On COVID-19 Awareness Creation than Enforcing Arrests COVID-19 pandemic 3 1

Kasingye reasons that educating people on standard operating procedures-SOPs would help the control curb the spread of the virus.
12:57
12:57

National Budget Increased to UGX 44.7 Trillion loans 1 1

Last week, Finance Minister Matia Kasaija tabled a budget of 41.2 trillion shillings for the next financial year, which was a reduction of 4.3 Trillion Shillings from last year's budget.
22:31
22:31

Uganda Records 14 New COVID -19 Deaths as Daily Cases Rise COVID-19 pandemic

The new deaths announced by the MOH on Friday night are the highest to ever be recorded in one day.
12:46
12:46

COVID-19: Uganda’s Cases Rise to 977 WHO 1 Top story

The six cases that were reported were part of 3,451 samples that were tested yesterday. Four of the confirmed cases are truck drivers who entered the country through the Malaba Point of entry while two are community cases from Moyo and Tororo districts
05:38
05:38

Absence of International Observers Cannot Stop Polls - EC Chairman COVID-19 pandemic 2 1 Top story

Justice Byabakama says that the choice for one to become an observer is entirely theirs and that if, because of the prevailing circumstances, one is not able to able to, it does not stop the election from taking place.
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