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Elegu Residents Appeal for Massive COVID-19 Test

12 Apr 2021 · Jackline Atim, a resident of Lorikor West in Elegu town council says the drivers and residents were freely mixing and interacting without observing the standard operating procedures aimed at fighting the spread of COVID-19 which includes face mask wearing, social distancing and hand washing among others.

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Elegu Residents Appeal for Massive COVID-19 Test IGAD 2 1

Jackline Atim, a resident of Lorikor West in Elegu town council says the drivers and residents were freely mixing and interacting without observing the standard operating procedures aimed at fighting the spread of COVID-19 which includes face mask wearing, social distancing and hand washing among others.
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Coccidiosis Disease Kills Hundreds of Poultry in Gulu Palaro Sub County 2

David Oyite Ojok, another poultry farmer in Ongedo has also lost ten chickens to the disease. The farmers say that they are treating the disease with pounded guava leaves and Tse-Tse flies repellents, which are believed to cure the disease.
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Low-Income Countries Have Received Just 0.2 Per Cent of All COVID-19 Shots Given

Statistics released by the World Health Organization show that on average in high-income countries 1 in 4 people has received a COVID-19 vaccine, yet in low-income countries, it’s 1 in 500+. More than 700 million vaccine doses have been administered globally.
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UHRC Letter Not Enough for Muganga to Get Treatment 2 2 Top story

Muganga, 24, a taxi conductor was kidnapped on December 21 2020, from Kabembe Stage along Kayunga road in Mukono North. He spent 53 days in detention at an unknown facility going through torture.
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Vendors in Gulu Struggle With Hibiscus Sales 1 4

Jackie Adure, a businesswoman at Gulu Main Market, says she gets her hibiscus from Kampala at 10,000 Shillings a kilogram and sells at 15,000 Shillings. However, Adure says that the sales always are very low, because few clients know it and how to consume it. She says when she buys 50 kilograms of hibiscus, it can take up to four months before it is all sold.
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Lack of Equipment Hampers Emergency Services at Kumi Hospital Kumi Diocese 3 1

The hospital lacks a general anaesthesia machine, operation lights, sanction machine and operating tables.
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Akokoro Sub County Residents Decry Lack of Safe Water 2 3

Sandra Adongo, a resident of Aluga Central Village in Akokoro Sub-county, says that lack of clean water has persisted for long but their leaders have not intervened.