While speaking at Munyonyo, at the World Health Summit revealed that Uganda is having steady progress in developing Uganda’s COVID-19 vaccine. “Making a vaccine takes 8 or 9 stages if WHO allows you to skip one stage.” He said adding that Uganda’s vaccine is currently at stage 5 and would …Read More »
COVID-19 Vaccination began today in the country. The much-awaited vaccination campaign was launched at the Mulago Specialised Women and Neonatal Hospital. Today’s vaccination was targeting health workers in Kampala however many other people such as foreign dignitaries were also given the chance to receive the vaccine. Uganda is planning on …Read More »
A new strain of the coronavirus is spreading rapidly in the United Kingdom (UK) and has forced several countries to suspend flights to Britain. Scientists are studying the mutation pattern of the virus to know the new variant better. Here is what we know so far about the new fast-spreading …Read More »
Prime Minister Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda says the first COVID-19 vaccines are expected to arrive into the country in March 2021. The premier revealed that 9 million doses have been ordered and vulnerable groups will be first to be vaccinated when the vaccine rollout gets underway. Rugunda made the revelation today during …Read More »
The Uganda Ministry Of Health has today afternoon come out to state that the concerts and music/entertainment shows have not been allowed to run yet. In a tweet on the Ministry’s official account, they say that it was only cinema halls that were allowed to operate emphasizing that entertainment centers …Read More »
Private schools owners in Soroti city have opposed the re-opening of school. Through their association, Soroti city Privates Schools Association oppose the re-opening of schools for candidate classes citing ill preparedness by schools and parents. While addressing the nation yesterday President Museveni okayed the opening of the schools for students …Read More »
The former head of Political Intelligence Desk at Internal Security Organization (ISO), Charles Rwomushana, has been granted bail. Rwomushana, who declared his intention to contest for the presidency in the 2021 elections was arrested on Tuesday after he was found driving at Kamwokya during curfew time. Rwomushana was returning NBS …Read More »
President Yoweri Museveni has this evening maintained the night-time curfew across the country arguing that it is not only to curb crime but also a means to stop the spread of the coronavirus. The curfew runs from 7 p.m. to 6 30 a.m. every day. Speaking to the country from …Read More »
Health Minister Jane Ruth Aceng is optimistic that the world will have a COVID-19 vaccine by the end of the year. The are hundreds of projects around the world which are centred at finding a possible vaccine to protect people before they’re exposed to the virus that causes COVID-19. Aceng …Read More »
I was Promised 500M UGX and A Meeting With the President. – Bad Black Tasks Government To Prove She Was Volunteering In COVID-19 Ad.
After coming out to ask for her pay for the advert she did advising proustites at border points to stay away from truck drivers, bad black has cone out to give more details on the deal for the advert. This was after the ministry came out saying she did the …Read More »
Uganda’s Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda In Self Isolation After Contacts Tested Positive of COVID-19.
In a tweet on the Prime Minister’s Official Twitter account the Prime minister tweeted saying that after his contacts testing positive of the Corona Virus, he chose to go into self-isolation as he awaits for any symptoms to show up. He however revealed that his own test returned negative results …Read More »
While speaking to the media last night, President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni hinted on allowing public transport in the phased lifting of the lockdown. “Lifting the transport ban will depend on how the public is responding to the use of masks” he said. Museveni further added that the masks are not …Read More »
While giving his Labour Day celebrations address today the president hinted on forthcoming directives after the 21-day lockdown. “Very soon we may require everyone to wear a mask.” – the president told the media. He added that local manufacturers are already making the masks. Among these is Nytil and fine …Read More »