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15:02
15:02

Jinja Hospital Runs out of Hepatitis B Vaccine stockout 1

Muhammad Mubiru, the Principal Administrator says that the stock out is due to the high demand of the hepatitis B vaccine. He however says that the hospital management has requested for more supplies from the National Medical Stores.
07:12
07:12

Pallisa to Vaccinate Over 100,000 Against Hepatitis B hepatitis b vaccine 1

Dr. Godfrey Mulekwa, the Pallisa District Health Officer, says the mass hepatitis vaccination stems from samples showing the prevalence of the disease stands in the district stands at between 10 and 15 percent.
10:34
10:34

Nakasongola Embarks On Free Vaccination Against Hepatitis B ministry of health 4 Top story

Byamukama says the vaccines will be administered to residents at Health Center III and IVs across the district.
13:06
13:06

UCU Pulls Out of Basketball Game Over Hepatitis B Vaccination ucu canons 1

Failure to vaccinate players against Hepatitis B vaccine handed Uganda Christian University UCU canons their first loss in the national basketball league.
08:01
08:01

Hepatitis B Vaccines Expire in Moroto 1 1

Moroto district health officer, Dr Abubaker Lubega, may be in trouble after the Hepatitis B vaccines worth 900 million shillings expired in the stores. Information obtained by URN indicates that 18,000 doses of Hepatitis B vaccines were exposed to high temperatures leading to their expiry.
19:07
19:07

Health Ministry On the Spot Over Hepatitis B Management hepatitis b vaccine 2

The verification exercise by the Ministry of Finance in April 2016 indicates that the Health ministry failed to procure anti-retroviral drugs for treatment of people who have tested positive with the virus, estimated at 3.5 million.
07:39
07:39

MPs Push Govt On Hepatitis B Virus Policy hepatitis b vaccine 3

Parliament has called for the development and implementation of a comprehensive Hepatitis B Virus policy.
12:56
12:56

MP's Task Minister over Hepatitis B Prevalence northern uganda 2

Obua noted that UPDF recruitment teams in Lango, Acholi and Karamoja sub regions confirmed that over 50 young people who had turned up for the just concluded exercise tested positive to Hepatitis B.
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