A total of 350 frontline and health workers enrolled for the trials taking place in Mbarara. 150 of those who enrolled have received the two doses of the vaccine with minimal side effects reported according to the lead investigator of the trial, Prof Pontiano Kaleebu
Michael Odongo, the East Kyoga Regional Police Spokesman says the security guards were arrested because of contradictory statements recorded from them after the incident. He explained that while one guard claims the robbers attacked both of them before accessing the bank, the other states a different version.
Isaac Opio Opeo, the deputy speaker of Council of Owitong says much as they had previously met President Museveni, the council has resolved to write to him over the same.
Phillips Ogile, the deputy press Secretary at Lango Cultural Institution says they want President Museveni through Ministry of Gender, Labor and Social Development to expedite the process to legalize their operation.
40 year old Vicky Aloyo whose homestead is less than 100 meters from the cemetery told URN in an interview that sometimes the corpses are brought and dumped at the cemetery without proper burial, something that causes foul smell.
Byanyima says that without communities, 24 million people would not be on treatment today and that without communities led by women living with and affected by HIV, the world would not be close to ending new HIV infections among children, raising orphans and caring for the sick.
This follows the invasion of several stray dogs suspected to be infected with rabbis and are usually attacking people in the morning and late evening.
Jasper Ongebo, a market vendor in Akere division says he was bitten by a stray dog on his way home but no treatment was given to him when he went to Apac Hospital due to lack of rabies vaccine.
Deputy Police Spokesperson, Polly Namaye, has said children often land into trouble during holidays because of parents’ negligence. She calls upon all parents to be mindful of their children safety in and outside home.