Category: Corona

Reopening to depend on how quickly Ugandans show up for vaccination – Minister Nabakooba

Minister for ICT Judith Nabakooba has said that If Ugandans want bars to reopen and curfew lifted, they should

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Student apologise over “Tumbiza sound” dance at court premises

Ann Kakidi was on Monday captured in a video together with colleagues dancing to the song at court premises

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45 students admitted after contracting covid-19 in Masaka Schools

45 students have been admitted to Masaka Regional Referral Hospital after they tested positive for COVID-19.Dr. Nathan Onyach, the

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Political rallies, churches, weddings and casinos get green light as gov’t lifts lockdown

✅ Mass gatherings for prayers, political rallies,meetings and weddings shall not exceed 200 person ✅ Open cinemas, gyms, massage parlors and

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Ministry of Health spokesman admitted to Mulago hospital after contracting COVID-19

Ministry of Health Spokesperson Emmanuel Ainebyoona has tested positive for Covid-19, he tweeted in a statement Friday evening.“I’m currently

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Museveni allows learners, teachers to use public transport

President Yoweri Museveni has given an all-clear to teachers and learners to use public transport so long as they

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Negative COVID-19 test no longer required before discharge – Dr Aceng

The ministry of Health has revised its discharge protocols for patients recovering from COVID-19.While people who were previously isolated

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Kyambogo University sets reopening date for finalists

Kyambogo University has set October 17th as the reopening date for final year students to complete their studies. This

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Churches ask faithful to book before attending service on Sunday

Faithful willing to attend mass and services in the Catholic and Anglican churches will have to book and register

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Education Minister Janet Museveni

Full Speech: Educator Minister Janet Museveni’s full address on way forward for schools

There will be no mass COVID-19 testing for an estimated 1.2 million children before they report back to school

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