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May 2021 8 results
15:48
15:48

Mulago, Entebbe ICUs Full of COVID-19 Patients 2 Top story

Dr. Rose Baynyima, the Deputy Executive Director at Mulago National Referral Hospital and the head of the COVID-19 treatment unit says they had to re-open the unit especially the high dependency unit (HDU) and ICU when hospitals began referring critical patients.
15:16
15:16

Families Plead with Gov't to Reopen Nodding Syndrome Treatment Centers Kitgum District 5 1

Michael Odur, a resident of Labworomor village in Akwang, says that caring for the children affected by the nodding condition since the closure of the treatment centers has become an uphill task for him and the entire family due to resource constraints.
13:30
13:30

UGX 500M Maternity Ward Construction Stalls at Ogwete HC III Ogwete HCIII 1 5

In 2019, the Health Ministry upgraded the facility from Health Center II to HCIII status. The district then contracted Otada contraction company Ltd to construct a maternity ward, placenta pit and latrine stances at the facility at Shillings 500 million.
12:18
12:18

Uganda Looking at J&J, Sinopharm Vaccines to Fill AstraZeneca Shortfalls 3

According to Aceng, the government has ordered 5 million vaccines from the African Union so far. The delivery dates are yet to be communicated. The need for other vaccines come following a shortage fo AstraZeneca vaccines
11:22
11:22

Over 600,000 Teachers, Health Workers Shun COVID-19 Vaccine 3 1

Only 82,746 teachers and health workers have received one dose of the vaccine. According to the health ministry, 249,546 people in the priority groups have received one dose of the vaccine. The breakdown of the vaccinated groups shows that security personnel have the highest vaccination numbers at 115,800 followed by people aged 50 and above at over 51,000
07:44
07:44

Woman Arrested for Hacking Pregnant Rival Mpatta Sub county 1

Nakaye told Police that rumours have been doing rounds that her husband is sexually involved with Ndilimaana until when she caught them red-handed entering a house and attacked them with a machete out of anger.
07:23
07:23

Dr. Atwine Directs Disciplinary Action Against Workers at Rugazi Health Center 6

Dr. Atwine who toured the Health facility over the weekend, says that received lots of complaints from the locals accompanied by a petition from the LC V Chairperson on the situation at the facility.
May 2021 8 results