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Why gov't should pass law banning use of...

There is no regulation of its use among the artisanal small-scale gold miners and generally, their activities are not regulated under any specific law...

COVID-19: What it means for infrastructure...

Since its outbreak, the virus has affected many sectors, including the infrastructure sector in Uganda

Post COVID-19: Role of local govts in promoting...

In Uganda, the mandate for implementation of primary health care lies with the Ministry of Local Government, which is charged with the responsibility to...

COVID-19: Experts worry about asymptomatic...

If you are staying with such a person, watch out. Because, experts warn, you risk contracting COVID-19.

COVID-19: Twenty health centres to receive...

The donation was made at the Office of the Prime Minister during a function presided over by Premier Ruhakana Rugunda.

WHO: General mask use OK where hand-washing,...

The global COVID-19 pandemic has killed more than 70,000 people, while more than 1.2 million people have tested positive.

WHO troubled by 'near-exponential' growth...

The number of deaths has more than doubled in the past week. In the next few days we will reach one million confirmed cases and 50,000 deaths

No soap, no water: billions lack basic protection...

The outbreak has infected some 200,000 people and killed at least 10,000, scorching through populations across the globe after emerging in China late last...

Lack of information affecting plastic wastes...

Kadaga said plastic pollution has become one of the most pressing environmental issues in Uganda and globally this is because there is less or no information...

WHO warns measles resurgent as Samoa deaths...

A total of 55 people have died since the epidemic began in mid-October, 50 of them children aged four or under, officials in the Pacific nation said Tuesday....

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