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Uganda’s Coronavirus Cases Hit 139 As 13 New Truck Drivers Test Positive

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As most Ugandans still under pandemic lockdown, Ministry of Health has on 13th May 2020 confirmed thirteen new coronavirus cases, bringing the total number of positive cases to 139 in Uganda. Among the 13 new cases, seven are Ugandans, five Kenyans and one Eritrean who arrived from the republic of Tanzania, South Sudan and Kenya via Malaba. Elegu and Mutukula ...

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Four New Truck Drivers Test Positive For Covid-19 In Uganda

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Ministry of Health has confirmed 4 new truck drivers whose samples tested positive for covid-19 yesterday (12/04/2020), bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Uganda to 126. Among the four cases, two are Ugandans, one Tanzanian and one Kenyan citizens. The Ugandans and Kenyan entered the country via Elegu entry border point whereas the Tanzanian got tested at Mutukula ...

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Nurses Demand Risk Allowance During Covid-19 Lockdown

Nurses, Midwives Threaten to strike

Nurses have demanded that government pays them risk allowance during covid lock down. Cherop Kiplangat Uganda nurses and midwives Union president argued that working in hospitals during covid season has put them at most risk to diseases yet they are not insured. “As we celebrate international nurses and midwives day we appeal to government to take safety of nurses as ...

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Madagascar’s Covid Organics Ignored Because It’s From Africa – President Rajoelina

madagascar launches organic drink ( covid organics ) to fight coronavirus

The president of Madagascar His Excellency Andry Rajoelina on Monday avoided criticism for marketing a homegrown cure for coronavirus (covid – organics ), adding that Europeans have a scornful attitude towards African traditional medicine. During an interview with Radio France International and France 24, president Rajoelina said that if it was a European country that had literary discovered this cure, ...

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Nurses, Midwives Threaten To Lay Down Tools Over Lack Of Protective Equipments

Nurses, Midwives Threaten to strike

Officials of Uganda Nurses and Midwives Union (UNMU) in Jinja District have given government only 3 days ultimatum to supply them with protective equipments, if not they will stop working. The head of State in his last nation address said it clearly that it will be mandatory for everybody to put on face masks especially those leaving their homes heading ...

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