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22:30

Uganda Railways Corporation Needs UGX 93 Bn to Mitigate COVID-19 Effects truck drivers 2 1

The Uganda Railway Corporation (URC) is seeking 93.5 Billion shillings to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 on the sub sector and also repair and maintain its assets.
19:04
19:04

Section of Public Shuns Opposition Campaign people power 2 4

On Monday, former FDC president Dr Kizza Besigye and Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu announced a new alliance against President Yoweri Museveni.
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18:27

Lockdown Restrictions Escalate Malnutrition Cases in Manafwa District 4 2

Dr Emma Gahima, the in-charge of Bugobero Health Center IV and Manafwa District Nutrition focal person says that the health facility has received an average of 5 cases of malnourished children aged between zero and five and people living with HIV/AIDS, in the weeks after the lockdown restrictions were eased.
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18:23

MOH Launches Mosquito Net Distribution 2 2

The first batch will be distributed in 25 districts that were hit most by floods around Lake Kyoga and districts with high prevalence rate of malaria.
17:53
17:53

Private Schools Ask Government to Pay their Teachers lockdown 3 1

The National Private Educational Institutions Association has called on Government to pay salaries for teachers who have greatly been affected by the Closure of schools for at least a year.
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16:46

Entebbe Hospital Workers Gain Poise in Treating COVID-19 Patients 5 1

The facility had initially earmarked a team of 20 core staff who had previously worked in management of infectious diseases such as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome and Ebola, for its COVID-19 response and management. However, six of them were away on study leave, while eight said they were either vulnerable or unwilling to work.
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13:17

Kaabong to Use Diplomatic Approach to Recover Stolen Cattle in Kenya 3rd updf division 3

According to authorities in Kaabong, more than 200 cattle were raided by suspected Turkana and crossed into Kenya.
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Kwania District Seeks Help for Vulnerable Groups 5

One such family is a 12-year-old girl named Lucky, who is now tasked with the responsibility of not only looking after herself but after her 8-year-old brother, Bazil. Lucky was told that both her mother who was born out of wedlock and her grandmother died of HIV and AIDS-related illnesses.
12:04
12:04

Water Shortage Hits Four Villages in Rubirizi Water Scarcity 3 4

Richard Gumisiriza, Ryeru sub-county chairperson LC III says that several boreholes in the area have broken down because of the pressure exerted on them.
11:53
11:53

128 COVID-19 Suspects Discharged in Isingiro 1 2

They have been under Quarantine at Nakivale Vocational Institute close to the Refugee Camp in Kabahinda Sub County and were discharged after spending a month in quarantine. They all tested negative to COVID-19.
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11:24

60 People Cleared for Canonical Possession Ceremony of Mbarara Archbishop Mbarara Archdiocese 1 3

Rev. Fr. Charles Lwanga Mutabaruka, the Media Relations officer of Mbarara Archdiocese said that most of those cleared are priests who will be led by their Bishops from the Mbarara ecclesiastical province, consisting of Kabale, Mbarara, Hoima, Fort Portal and Kasese Dioceses.
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07:47

Banks Loan Approvals Fall By 68% MInistry of Finance 1

Only 491 billion shillings was approved in April when the country was in total lockdown over coronavirus, down from 1.5 trillion Shillings approved in March when the country was just starting lockdown. This is a fall of more than 1 trillion Shillings on the money banks lent in April compared to March 2020.
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