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12:33
12:33

COVID -19 Survivors in Gulu Demand Discharge Certificates to Fight Segregation 1 2

The survivors who underwent home-based care management and later tested negative for the virus say they continue facing segregation, rejection and isolation from the communities.
07:54
07:54

Gulu Revives Village COVID–19 Taskforces to Monitor Home Based Care Patients Gulu District 1 3

William Onyai, the Gulu District Health Educator says the Village Taskforces Chaired by Village Chairpersons became dormant towards the end of last year when the rate of infections went down and that they have been revived late last week to monitor the COVID -19 patients reviving treatment from home.
16:49
16:49

Over 300 Initiated on TB Preventive Therapy in Gulu Gulu District 2 1

Ojok says during the campaign that included activities like contact tracing and investigations of contacts of index TB patients and community TB hotspot screening, they screened 5,501 community members.
18:54
18:54

COVID -19 Patients in Gulu Violating Home Based Care Treatment Guidelines Ministry of Health 1 2

William Onyai, the Gulu District Health Educator says that they have received information that the patients are mixing with other members of the public.
08:03
08:03

Lack of Incubators Puts Babies in Gulu at Risk 1 1

Currently, the health facility has only five incubators at the neonatal ward with more than 10 premature babies under care.
07:14
07:14

Covid-19 Patients in Gulu Not Adhering to Home Care Treatment Guidelines COVID -19 Outbreak 1 2

William Onyai, the Gulu District Health Educator and the person in -charge of Home-Based Care in the district says that several patients under home-based care are flouting the standard operating procedures which are putting other people at risk of getting infected.
14:26
14:26

Two Students in Gulu City Test Positive for Covid-19 (COVID-19) in Gulu 1

The Gulu district health department says that the two are from a tertiary institute and secondary school whose learners are in the boarding section within Gulu City.
10:55
10:55

"Shameless" Skin Disease Attacks Palaro Sub County 1

Residents have named the disease as ‘’Woro Peke’’ meaning ‘’no respect’’ because once the itching starts, a person just scratches the itchy parts even in public. More than one hundred cases have been reported at Oroko Health Centre II, and a team has been dispatched from the Gulu District Health Office to collect samples from the affected persons for laboratory investigation
14:06
14:06

Chickenpox Outbreak Reported in Aswa Camp Primary School

The school head teacher, Albert Ocaya says at least 21 pupils tested positive for chickenpox at Oroko Health Centre II last week.
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