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14:01
14:01

Influx of Truckers at Elegu Border Threatens COVID-19 Fight in Amuru Nimule-Juba Highway 2 3 Top story

Robert Onekalit, the in charge of Elegu port health revealed that as the truckers’ protest enters the 10th day, residents are at risk of infections because the drivers are freely mingling with the border community.
15:08
15:08

Fans Seek UGX 20m for Singer Who Predicted Tragic Year 2020 3 2

Lil Roy, 34, whose real name is Charles Roy Pimungu, together with his renowned Producer, Dr Kaunda of Complex Studio in Gulu produced a song labelled “Pe Weene,” foretelling death resulting from an inevitable ailment in 2020.
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07:23

Vaccine Inequity Undermining Global Economic Recovery - New Data The World Bank

An acceleration in scaling up manufacturing and sharing enough vaccine doses with low-income countries could have added USD 38 billion to their GDP forecast for 2021 if they had similar vaccination rates as high-income countries, according to the data.
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15:55

Toxic Greens; Poisonous Fruits and Vegetables in Markets 3 1 Top story

Heavy pesticide use on fruits and vegetables is leaving behind heavy residues, thereby poisoning consumers slowly, warns Sunday Bob George. The toxic vegetables end up on dinner tables, setting off alarm bells about serious health risks
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17:34

Global Logistics Company Predicts Flaws in Supply of COVID-19 Vaccines

A report released on Friday recommends to logistics providers to rapidly establish medical supply chains that will efficiently deliver quantities everywhere predicting that temperature requirements of up to -80°C are likely to be imposed for certain vaccines if they are to guarantee efficacy maintenance during transportation and warehousing. The existing medical supply chain distributes vaccines at 2 to 8°C.
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