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113 Ugandans from Saudi Arabia return home...

They were supposed to return 154 Ugandans, but 5 of them were tested and found positive, 35 were held as contacts.

Golfers miss out on cash boost as Magical...

The annual tournament that is part of the European Tour will instead be part of next year’s European Tour’s schedule returning to its usual routine dates...

Coronavirus capable of invading brain: study...

The research is still preliminary -- but offers several new lines of evidence to support what was previously a largely untested theory.

Amani Children's Choir among 197 repatriated...

COVID-19|AMANI CHILDREN'S CHOIR|REPATRIATION|UNITED STATES One hundred and twenty-five Ugandans and legal residents who were stranded in the United...

CANA swimming event postponed, USF ready...

Uganda was going to host the region’s top swimmers from different countries, but like most of the other sporting events around the world, that will not...

US developing coronavirus strain for human...

A quicker way to test whether a drug works is by deliberately infecting volunteers, as has been done in the past for influenza, malaria, typhoid, dengue...

President Kenyatta says Kenya ready again...

Kenyatta said the country was ready to receive domestic and foreign visitors, and that he was satisfied with measures taken by the tourism sector to protect...

Virus hastens newspapers' slide into shaky...

Between 2005 and 2018, some 250 local papers closed across Britain, while today one in three journalists' jobs are believed to be under threat.

We have capacity to handle COVID-19 related...

I do not see why we would fail to handle them. First of all, we have a commendable medical team that has handled dangerous epidemics such as Ebola before...

Love conquers all: Byekwaso's fiancée shows...

Having crossed cultural boundaries and engaged a German girlfriend who is expecting, Byekwaso seems to have played his cards well so far

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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.