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21:34
21:34

Gov't Postpones Mandatory COVID-19 Testing For All Arriving Passengers

Last month, the Ministry of Health directed that effective September 3, all incoming passengers regardless of whether or not they are vaccinated against covid-19 will undertake mandatory testing at Entebbe Airport.
19:55
19:55

Researchers Want Drug Regulators to Relax Approval Process for Covid-19 Herbal Treatments NDA 1 1

According to the researchers, the time needed to carry out trials to get approvals is too long given the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic. They argue herbs are part and partial of the African lifestyle and are safe.
15:49
15:49

COVID-19 Vaccination: African Countries Lagging Behind, 80% to Miss Global Target WHO

Data from WHO shows that only three countries; South Africa, Morocco and Tunisia have already met the target while two other countries, Seychelles and Comoros are on point. The countries doing well have been able to vaccinate many people by securing vaccines directly and not relying on donations
15:08
15:08

WHO Identifies New COVID-19 Strain

While the popular Delta variant that originated from India remains dominant and has ravaged many places across the globe, Mu has so far been identified in 39 countries but the UN organization says it has a group of mutations, something that suggests it can evade vaccine immunity.
14:39
14:39

700 Teachers Vaccinated Against COVID-19 in Hoima vaccination 3

Health and Education officials in both Hoima district and Hoima City launched the mass vaccination for teachers on Wednesday.
13:04
13:04

Traditional Healers Outnumber Medical Doctors by 35:1 in Uganda MOH 2 2

Data from the health ministry shows that at the moment the patient healer ratio stands at one healer for every 700 hundred people. This is low compared to the one doctor, 25,000 patients ratio in regard to medical doctors
12:28
12:28

Assailants Cut Off Woman’s Hands in Kyotera 5 1 Top story

Farouk Ddamurila, the Kyango-Kazo LC I chairman, says that they are working with the police to pursue the suspects.
10:10
10:10

More Than 4 billion People Still Lack Any Social Protection, ILO Report Finds 1

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed and exacerbated the social protection gap between countries with high and low income levels.
09:51
09:51

Amuru Widow Seeks UGX 6M for Daughter's Heart Surgery in India 2 2

Scovia Adyero,26, a local farmer and brewer in the rural Otwee Town Council told URN in an interview on Wednesday that her daughter Angel Ayubu was in 2018 diagnosed with severe Rheumatic Heart and Mitral Valve diseases from the Uganda Heart Institute in Kampala.
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