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14:33
14:33

Two Arrested for Inciting Mob Against COVID-19 Patient 2

The patient, a resident of Lagar village, Lira Kato Sub County was diagnosed with COVID-19 and advised to go under home-based care but refused.
11:16
11:16

Abil-Nino Health Centre III Faces Eviction For Trespass 2

Charles Alexander Okidi, the Lira Kato Sub County Councilor, says that the dispute dates back to 2015 when Acen dragged Agago district local government to court claiming that her paternal uncle donated the land for the construction of the health center with the consent of her family.
16:44
16:44

Police in Agago District Disperses Vendors, Buyers from Weekly Market 1

The Officer-in-charge of Patongo Police station, Yunus Sebirumbi told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that the management of the market failed to adhere to directives issued by the President and the Health Ministry.
18:42
18:42

Two Health Workers Arrested in Agago over Alleged Theft of Drugs

Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson Jimmy Patrick Okema says preliminary investigation indicates that essential drugs estimated to cost shillings 5 million were stolen from the health Facility.
15:02
15:02

Health Centre in-charge in Agago Arrested over Theft of Drugs 2 2

Among the drugs and medical supplies that have reportedly gone missing include from the store are 100 HIV test Kits. Ten tins of Amoxyl capsule, three tins of Flagyl, and 81 boxes of facemasks. Others are 41 Malaria RTD kits, 32 boxes of Artemeter 20mg and Lumetuntrin 120mg.
15:16
15:16

Theater Assistant in Agago District Held over Theft of Drugs, Medical Supplies 1

Opio was arrested on Tuesday in Kalongo Town Council after being found in possession of surgical hand gloves, 20 ml iodine, surgical scissors, syringes, and a hospital bed among others at his home.
18:11
18:11

Bars Operating Behind Closed Doors COVID-19 Pandemic 1 1

Uganda Radio Network-URN established that some of the bars that have been openly operating are owned by security personnel attached to the president’s office and Uganda People’s Defence Force-UPDF.
16:44
16:44

One Dead, Another Unconscious After Drinking Hand Sanitizer in Agago Lapono Subcounty

Johnson Omona, a porter at Kaket Health Center II in Lapono Sub-county died on Sunday afternoon while being referred to Dr Ambrosoli Memorial Hospital Kalongo in Kalongo Town Council. He reportedly consumed the potent liquid on Saturday with Louis Odonga 53, a watchman at the same health facility.
13:30
13:30

Excitement as Pacer Health Center is Elevated 2

The facility which was constructed by government 2017 was elevated to Health Center III with support from World Vision Uganda. The facility serves residents from 19 villages in Parabongo Sub County.
18:44
18:44

Agago Martyrs Day Celebrations Restricted to 70 People 2

Jacob Amooti, the Acting Resident District Commissioner also chairperson district covid-19 taskforce revealed on Thursday that the decision is in line with the presidential directives on curbing the spread of covid-19.
18:58
18:58

Five Health Workers in Agago Test Positive for Covid-19

Dr Smart Okot, Chief Executive Director of Dr Ambrosoli Memorial Hospital Kalongo says the health workers are part of 250 staffs who underwent test for the contagion.
07:29
07:29

LRA Victims Call For Psycho-social Support trauma 3 3

The victims say the war has greatly affected their social lives, even more than a decade after guns fell silent with majority citing trauma as the biggest challenges they continue to battle.
08:47
08:47

Agago Dog Bite Victims Struggling to Get Treatment Agago District

At least 11 people have suffered dog bites in Agago district over the past one week. Peter Odong, the Ogole Parish Council in Lapono Sub County, says the dog bites are common in his area.
14:39
14:39

Woman in Agago Dies Giving Birth in Witchdoctor’s Shrine Lapono Subcounty

The deceased Suzan Akot in her 30’s reportedly died on Friday after delivering a baby boy, 800 meters away from her home.
16:40
16:40

Access to Clean Water Eludes Agago Village 3 3

The difficulties in accessing water treatment facilities also force residents to drink the contaminated water resulting suffering from a range of waterborne diseases caused by the polluted water.
16:30
16:30

Hundreds Embrace Free Medical Services in Agago stigma 1 3

Dr Lakor Francis, a Dental Surgeon at Mulago National Referral Hospital disclosed that the team carried out diagnosis and treatment of various ailments including influenza, tuberculosis, cough, ulcers, and malaria and de-worming among others. More than 500 people benefited from the camp.
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