Sunday, October 17, 2021

PHOTOS: Uganda Ministry Of Health Receives More Dozes Of AstraZeneca.

By Our Reporter | @Xclusive News | 1 Min Read. The Government of Uganda has received the 12th consignment of COVID-19 vaccines of 335,000 doses...

Verification Checks Delay Pfizer Jabs Both In The Central Parts Of Uganda

The government under its health aid hand on Monday 27, started inoculating Ugandans with the American-made Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine amid low turn up and...

We don’t want your blood- Uganda Blood Transfusion to drunkards, sex workers

Uganda Blood Transfusion Services has announced that they no longer accept blood from drunkards and sex workers or donors with multiple sexual partners.

Govt to channel alcohol tax to fight against HIV/AIDS

In essence, two per cent of collections from taxes on spirits, soft drinks, beer and bottled water was anticipated would finance the fund.

WHO aims for 30 percent of needed Africa COVID jabs by February

By Our Reporter | Xclusive Health News | 1 min Read  The World Health Organization (WHO) and its partners have said they hope to provide...

LOP Mpuuga wants govt to increase health funding

The Leader of the Opposition in Parliament, Hon Mathias Mpuuga, has urged the government to increase budget allocations to the health sector. Presiding over at...

Ugandan Government Cuts COVID-19 Testing Costs

By Our Reporter | @Xclusive News The Ugandan Government has cut the COVID-19 Testing costs from $65 to $30 for all passengers arriving in the...

We didn’t test passengers who missed UAE flight – Test & Fly Lab

On Tuesday, 100 passengers missed their flight to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) over delayed return of their COVID results.

Covid-19 cases, deaths drop despite third wave threats

Summery  The Health ministry yesterday urged Ugandans to be vigilant, get vaccinated and be vocal in sharing correct and verified information to “reduce the...

Tycoon BMK is dead

Just last year, BMK was flown on a chartered plane to Nairobi through Entebbe international airport for further management.