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19:16
19:16

Soroti Fruit Factory Sales Recover From Covid-19 Effect 2

Douglas Kakyuku Ndawula, the executive director said their sales had dropped to 89% when the country was put under total lock down as a result of Covid-19.
18:04
18:04

Uganda May Not Get COVID-19 Vaccines by March - Experts Ministry of Health 5

Prof Freddie Ssengooba, a Public Health Policy Expert-based at Makerere University told URN in an interview today, that the end of February could be too soon, basing on the conditions that the World Health Organisation gave countries to fulfil to be able to access vaccines through the COVAX facility.
17:15
17:15

UPDF Hands Over Renovated Kyamuswa Health Center IV Theatre 2 3

While handing over the renovated theatre at Bukasa H C IV, Edward Katumba Wamala, Minister of Works and Transport promised to equip the facility with the needed machines through the Ministry of Health.
17:11
17:11

Gulu City Mayor Elect Tasked on Job Creation, Garbage Management investments 3 1

The residents also want the mayor to tackle garbage management; land protection and utilization, transparency and improved education and health care delivery.
09:40
09:40

17 Arrested for Alleged Fish Poisoning in Lake Victoria 1 3

Nsubuga Muhammad, the Masaka Regional Police Spokesperson says the 17 suspects are still detained at Nkose Landing site waiting to be transferred to Kalangala Central Police Station.
07:49
07:49

MPS Want Employed Ugandans to Pay for COVID-19 Vaccine Ministry of Health 3

Under the arrangement, each eligible individual is expected to receive two doses of the vaccine, separated by 28 days. Each dose will cost USD 7(25,523 Shillings), which amounts to USD 14 (51,046 Shillings) per person. Another USD 3 (11,000 Shillings) is charged for international transportation and handling costs by the National Medical Stores, pushing the cost of the vaccine to USD 17 (62,000 Shillings).
06:43
06:43

COVAX Starts Shipping COVID-19 Vaccines to Africa This Month

The initial phase of 90 million doses will support countries to immunize 3 per cent of the African population most in need of protection, including health workers and other vulnerable groups in the first half of 2021, according to the statement.
Feb 2021 7 results