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Two Female Ugandan Artists Battling Coronavirus in London

06 Apr 2020 · Lawala told URN in a WhatsApp interview on Monday that she was admitted in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) but was stable. She also disclosed that her son, Oscar Acellam is battling the same disease he contracted last week.

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Two Female Ugandan Artists Battling Coronavirus in London Joseph Kony 1 1

Lawala told URN in a WhatsApp interview on Monday that she was admitted in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) but was stable. She also disclosed that her son, Oscar Acellam is battling the same disease he contracted last week.
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Boda Boda Cyclists Join Kitgum Covid-19 Taskforce Boda Boda riders 6

William Komakech, the Kitgum resident commissioner says Boda Boda riders within the district have now been added as the sixth subcommittee in the task force to aid in implementation of the president’s directives.
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3800Kgs of Relief Food Dumped in Gulu Jumia Mosque 2

Upon his release, Mahmoud was ordered to handover the food items to the Gulu District Coronavirus Taskforce for distribution, which he rejected, saying the distribution process would be abused.
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Clinical Officer, Driver Arrested for Asking Patient to Pay for Ambulance 1

Thomas Ojok, the Senior Clinical Officer at the Health Centre and Walter Otema, the Driver of a government ambulance were arrested on the orders of William Komakech, the Kitgum Resident District Commissioner on Saturday morning.
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Planned Kitgum Municipality COVID-19 Isolation Unit Hangs in Balance 1 1

The taskforce had initially identified the ART clinic for Adolescent HIV/AIDs counselling at Kitgum General Hospital as an isolation centre but later begun grading a different site for the establishment of the unit. The two sites were soon abandoned for not meeting the required standards and likely hefty cost implication.
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COVID -19 Outbreak Delays Purchase of CT Scan Machine for Lacor Hospital 128 CT scan machine 1

The committee chairperson, John Baptist Odama disclosed that they had planned to take the drive to West Nile by April this year but they have been forced to halt all their activities including planning meetings, monitoring and evaluations in respect to the Ministry of Health guidelines.
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Kitgum Hospital Runs Out of Protective Gear For Health Workers 1

Dr Geoffrey Okello, Kitgum General Hospital acting Medical Superintendent says all protective equipment especially masks delivered by government in the fourth quarter has run out of stock.