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Sep 2021 8 results
19:38
19:38

COVAX to Supply 1.4 Billion Covid-19 Vaccines

Approximately 1.2 billion will be available for the lower-income economies participating in the COVAX Advance Market Commitment (AMC).
16:32
16:32

LDU Candidate Dies During Physical Exercise 2 1

Flavia Terimulungi, the UPDF 5th Infantry Division spokesperson confirmed the death of the applicant, saying that the deceased might have been on medication for an illness, which they are yet to establish.
16:08
16:08

Manafwa VHTs Reject UGX 50,000 Covid-19 Allowance Ministry of Health 2 2

On Wednesday, the VHTs were surprised when they were each given 50,000 Shillings instead of 150,000 Shillings.
15:36
15:36

Govt Asked to Recruit Physiotherapists 2

With around 400 physiotherapists in the country, this brings the specialists to a patient ratio of 1: 63,000.
14:06
14:06

Labour Exporters Raise Concern Over Reduction in Issuance of Passports 1 1

Jacob Siminyu, the Spokesperson for the Ministry of Internal Affairs says that said that passport issuance has been reduced from 1,500 daily to only 500.
12:33
12:33

DR Congo Declares Meningitis Outbreak

Confirmatory tests carried out by the Institute Pasteur in Paris detected Neisseria meningitidis – one of the most frequent types of bacterial meningitis with the potential to cause large epidemics.
08:39
08:39

Health Ministry to Install Tracking Devices in Ambulances Ministry of Health 3 1

According to the Commissioner Emergency Medical Services, John Baptist Waniaye Nambohe the devices will help the Ministry track the movements of the ambulances, fuel consumption and general efficiency.
03:50
03:50

Health Ministry Cautions Ugandans on Mixing COVID-19 Vaccines Ministry of Health 1

The call comes following the arrival of 647,080 doses of Moderna COVID-19 vaccines at time when many Ugandans who received the first jab are waiting to receive their second jab. Preliminary records from the health ministry show that over 150,000 people are due for their second dose
Sep 2021 8 results