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WHO Shows Hope Of Ending Covid-19 In 2023

WHO Shows Hope Of Ending Covid-19 In 2023

The World Health Organization (WHO) has given the world hope that the Covid-19 pandemic will be defeated in 2023. Apparently, the economy-crippling pandemic will definitely still be a main topic of discussion, but with the right effort, 2023 will be the year. The organization said the public health emergency will by all means end this year. Good news also came ...

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How To Treat Ulcer With Unripe Raw Pawpaw

unripe raw pawpaw

Get raw pawpaw and wash it. It must be raw, not ripe. Do not peel it and do not remove the seeds. After washing the outside neatly, slice it without peeling it into small pieces. Check also: How To Make Home Made Pregnancy Test The cutting should be small like sugar cubes. Put all the small pieces of the raw pawpaw ...

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Museveni – Uganda Is Now Free Of Ebola

Ebola Is No Longer In Uganda - President Museveni

President Museveni announced yesterday in a televised address to the nation that Uganda is free of Ebola. This announcement came three months after the deadly virus hit the country. The outbreak killed at least 56 people and infected 142 others. To control the spread, the government locked down two districts of Mubende and Kassanda, the epicenters of the virus. “We ...

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Masindi Gov’t Hospitals In Spotlight After Anti-Rabies Drugs Expire

Masindi Gov’t Hospitals In Spotlight After Anti-Rabies Drugs Expire

The Masindi District health department has revealed that anti-rabies drugs have progressively become expired in government stores. The authorities revealed that the main reason this is happening is because cases of rabies have become very rare. Dr Jino Abiriga, the District Health Officer (DHO) in Masindi said they receive 10-50 doses from the government. However, cases are not so common ...

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Ebola Vaccine Testing Underway After Green Light From Health Ministry

Three Ebola Vaccine Trials To Commence Today

The testing of the Ebola vaccine will be ready to launch as the Ministry of Health has given it a green light. This happened after Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng, the Health Minister, commissioned a clinical team of seven to start trials. The team came from the Makerere University Lung Institute and will start the trials of the drug that shipped ...

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