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Medic celebrates COVID-19 status

Kamuli Hospital was last week closed after 24 medics and seven support staff tested positive for COVID-19.

Wetlands under threat

Magnificent buildings of encroachers have already been constructed, while others are under construction in the Biafra-Kiyanja-Nkokonjeru and Kakyeka eco-systems....

Children with cancer get assortment of items...

The items included double decker beds complete with beddings, food, milk, sugar, cooking oil, and milk among others.

20 health workers test positive for COVID-19...

“All the health workers who tested positive are undergoing medication and we are also tracing for their contacts so that they can be isolated,” Asiimwe...

Why men should embrace vasectomy

FAMILY PLANNING | Saturday, November 14th, was World Vasectomy Day, a celebration of men who are stepping up for their partners, their families, and...

News anchor seeking financial help for kidney...

The former news anchor at Radio City is seeking for sh150m for treatment and that includes surgeries of the recipient and donor, consumables and bed cost....

NEMA equips local government to end environmental...

“With a Camera, GPS, and a laptop one can be able to file a report in the field without necessarily going back to the office,” Said Ogwal.

Acid victim gets sh90m for treatment

The Chief Executive Officer for Cipla Quality Chemicals, Nevin Bradford said on Wednesday that the company is committed to cover the cost of treatment...

Is Uganda ready for a Covid-19 vaccine?

A WHO analysis last week indicated all the 47 countries in the WHO Africa Region posted a 33% readiness for a Covid-19 vaccine rollout.

UN reclassifies cannabis as a less dangerous...

The U.N. Commission on Narcotic Drugs has voted to remove cannabis and cannabis resin from a category of the world’s most dangerous drugs.

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Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

The health minister, Dr Ruth Aceng, urged health workers to use the new facilities to save the newborns.