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18:43
18:43

All Players Vaccinated Against Covid-19 Ahead of New Uganda Premier League Season Decolus Kiiza 1 4

Decolus Kiiza, the FUFA Deputy CEO in charge of Football says that players have either received their first COVID-19 jab while others are fully vaccinated in a bid to limit the spread of the virus.
17:39
17:39

Health Ministry Planning Mass Covid-19 Vaccination 1

According to figures from the health ministry, over 10,000 doses of vaccines are expected to expire at the end of September.
07:31
07:31

Uganda to Fully Vaccinate 7 million People by End of 2021 - President Museveni 1

With over 500,000 people already fully vaccinated in the country, as many as 7,138,920 million Ugandans could be fully vaccinated by the end of 2021.Vaccinating this number of people could lead to the full lifting of the COVID-19 lockdown where bars, discotheques, schools, theaters and music shows still remain closed according to the President
09:21
09:21

COVID-19: CDC Study Finds Moderna Vaccine More Effective than Pfizer Ministry of Health

According to the findings, Moderna offers 93 percent protection against COVID-19 hospitalisations compared to Pfizer's 88 percent. Ugandan health officials say that the difference in levels of protection should not be a cause of worry
12:08
12:08

NDA Reports No Major Side Effects for Sinovac COVID-19 Vaccines MOH 2

Uganda received 300,000 doses of Sinovac in July as a donation from China, and the jabs were subsequently ringfenced for teachers who had not been vaccinated. According to the health ministry, the vaccines meant for teachers have all been used up, with Kampala recording up to 200,000 vaccinations in this category.
18:34
18:34

Gov't has No Plan to Vaccinate Children Below 15 Years -MOH 1

According to officials from the health ministry, vaccinating teenagers or children aged 12 to 15 will be a waste of vaccines since children are not as susceptible to COVID-19 infections as adults are. They say the Pfizer vaccines will be set aside for persons in the high risk groups that will not be vaccinated
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
15:15
15:15

Medical Students Decry Forced Vaccination As Postmortem for Deceased Colleague Delays 5 1

Boniface Osodi, the president of the Federation of Uganda Medical Students Association (FUMSA) told URN on Tuesday that he has received six letters from students since Friday calling for the reversal of the directive compelling them to take the COVID-19 jab before accessing training.
18:53
18:53

Gov't to Purchase 18 Million Doses of Sinopharm COVID-19 Vaccine Ministry of Health

The county is expected to spend around 351 billion shillings on the vaccines with each dose costing 19,498 shillings.
08:06
08:06

Kampala Runs Out of COVID-19 Vaccines

Sheila Ndihukire, the Public Relations Officer at the National Medical Stores-NMS says there are no AstraZeneca vaccines.
17:21
17:21

Gov't Targets 50,000 in Covid-19 Vaccination Exercise Ministry of Health 1 3

According to the health ministry, the exercise that started on Tuesday is targeting persons receiving their second doses and also high-risk persons like health workers, teachers and security personnel who did not receive the first dose.
10:30
10:30

Health Ministry Launches Online Portal to Verify COVID-19 Vaccination Status Ministry of Health 1

According to Driwale, the vaccination certificate will be country's official COVID-19 vaccination document. "We have all the records of all persons that have been vaccinated in our data base. The verified certificate that we shall be issuing will have security features that will stop people from forging it, “he said.
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16:00

COVID-19; Uganda has Vaccinated 1.5 Percent of Targeted Population Ministry of Health 1 2

This represents only 232,743 of the targeted 22 million people, according to the Ministry of Health figures. Records also show that a total of 906,517 persons who got the first jab are yet to receive their second one, as recommended by the World Health Organisation-WHO.
15:11
15:11

UVRI Undertaking Study to Test Effectiveness of AstraZeneca 1

According to scientists, the study will be aimed at determining whether the vaccine can protect against severe disease, hospitalisation or even death among the Ugandan popualtion
01:29
01:29

COVID-19 Vaccination To Resume Next Week - Dr. Driwale MOH 1 Top story

The programme manager of Uganda Nation Expanded Programme on Immunization,Dr Alfred Driwale says only people who received their first jab 12 weeks ago will get the vaccine
16:46
16:46

Will Uganda ever Vaccinate its Targeted 26,700,000 People? Ministry of Health 1 2 Top story

According to experts, poor funding and the placing of vaccine orders late has left Uganda in a fix where it might not be able to procure vaccines to vaccinate the critical number of citizens for the whole nation to be safe. They say at the moment Uganda can only vaccinate a few of it's people using donated vaccines rather than procured ones
17:22
17:22

New Vaccine Consignment Only for Priority Groups, People Awaiting Second Jab MOH 1

The consignment is part of a 3.5 million vaccine donation from the COVAX facility. Initially, the country was expecting to get 2.3 million vaccines in May following 964,000 vaccine sent in March but due to the exportation ban on vaccines from India, the country will receive less than what was expected.
08:09
08:09

COVID-19 Vaccine Won't Offer Lifetime Immunity Against Disease- Experts 1 1

According to health experts, vaccination against COVID-19 only offers immunity for eight against the pandemic for eight months. After that, vaccinated persons can get infected with the disease
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