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12:12
12:12

Community Infections, Fatigue Causing COVID-19 Infections Among Health Workers Ministry of Health 1 5

According to the Uganda Medical Association, more than 3,000 health workers have been infected with the disease since March 2020.
09:23
09:23

Health Workers Forced to Buy Masks Over PPE Shortages UMA 1 2

According to health workers, the COVID-19 infections and deaths among health workers in the second wave are mainly due to lack of PPEs. In the last two weeks, nine doctors of have succumbed to the disease
16:38
16:38

MOH Cautions Health Workers on Second Wave COVID-19 Infections in Hospitals 1

The warning comes as many health worker infections have been recorded during the second wave.
08:02
08:02

COVID-19: Poor Quality PPE, Fatigue Leading Infections Among Health Workers Ministry Of Health 1 3

Rose Wakikona, a senior programme officer at the Centre for Health, Human Rights and Development-CEHURD says that the government should be ashamed of the way it has treated health workers during this pandemic. She says their rights as health workers have been abused due to government's failure to provide adequate PPE in time for all health workers.
09:39
09:39

Nearly Two Hundred Doctors Get Covid In Uganda COVID-19 1 1

At least 192 doctors have already been hit by the virus represent 4 per cent of the 5000 Ugandans who have so far tested positive, which is an excessively disproportionate infection rate in the country where one doctor serves over ten thousand people.
12:49
12:49

Uganda's COVID-19 Confirmed Cases Rise to 646 MOH 1 Top story

18 of the cases were from alerts and contacts of persons who have already tested positive, five were from truck drivers who entered the country through Elegu and Busia border posts, and three were of security personnel in Luweero district. Four health workers also tested positive, according to the Ministry of Health.
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