Tag Archives: COVID19

VACCINATION AGAINST COVID19 IN KANUNGU DISTRICT LAUNCHED AT KANUNGU HCIV-KATAATE

By Martin Atukwase Resident District Commissioner for Kanungu, Haji Shafiq S. Sekandi has commissioned vaccination against COVID- 19 in Kanungu District. The ceremony took place on Monday 15th March 2021 at Kanungu Health Centre IV, Kataate. Kanungu District received 4,320 doses of AstraZeneca COVID 19 vaccine for administration to willing …

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REMEMBERING COVID19 IN UGANDA ON 14TH MARCH 2020

Kampala – 14 March 2020- The Ministry of Health surveillance teams yesterday, Friday 13th March, 2020 received an alert from Royal Complex of a lady suspected to have COVID-19 infection. The alert was raised by workers at the premise who indicated that the lady had remained locked in her room …

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REMEMBERING COVID19 IN 2020: CORONAVIRUS WILL BE DEFEATED BY OUR BEHAVIORS- UGANDA’S PRESIDENT MUSEVENI

PRESIDENT MUSEVENI WARNS UGANDANS AGAINST CORONAVIRUS,ITS DISRUPTIVE AND INCONVENIENT. OUR PERSONAL BEHAVIOUR By Goodluck Musinguzi On 29th February 2020 Kigezi News Published this story as Covid19 Pandemic was starting to spread around the Globe President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda has rallied Ugandans and all foreigners to be aware of the …

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UGANDA’S SECOND DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER DIES FROM COVID19- PRESIDENT MUSEVENI CALLS FOR VIGILANCE

By Goodluck Musinguzi Uganda has lost its 2nd Deputy Prime Minister one of the most Senior Officials has died after contracting COVID19. President Yoweri Museveni said Alhaji Kirunda Ugandans should wake up to the reality of Covid19 pandemic that is killing many people. Stop joking with Covid19 it kills. “We …

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48,000 DEATH IN AFRICA DUE TO COVID-19, 2 MILLION TEST POSITIVE

By Goodluck Musinguzi World Health Organization Africa Region has released a report showing Africa has lost close to 50,000 people. Over 2 million confirmed Covid19 cases on the African continent – with more than 1.7 million recoveries & 48,000 deaths cumulatively. South Africa: 2,888 new reported cases, 757,144 cumulative cases (53.65 % of all …

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IS COVID19 EXPOSING THE GREED OF PRIVATE HOSPITALS, MINISTRY OF HEALTH GIVING VALUE BASED CARE

By Goodluck Musinguzi 145 Ugandans have died from Covid19 related complications according to Ministry of Health updates that are posted on their website and social media pages. Most of these people who have died first reported to PRIVATE HOSPITALS before being referred to government hospitals around the country. Why are …

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ALL COVID-19 PURCHASES ARE ACCOUNTED FOR IN UGANDA,DELAYED BUDGETS CONFUSED MINISTRY OF FINANCE

By Goodluck Musinguzi Its rare for government agencies or ministries to put each other on the spot over budgets. A protest letter has been registered with the Permanent Secretary Ministry and Secretary to the Treasury .The Ministry of Health was expected to deliver a miracle by purchasing equipment in one …

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Breaking News: IRAN APPEALS TO THE WORLD AS COVID-19 GETS OUT OF HAND 25M PEOPLE INFECTED

(Reuters) – Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said on Saturday that 25 million Iranians have been infected with the coronavirus and that another 35 million are at risk of acquiring it. The figures, which Rouhani said were based on a new Health Ministry report, are far higher Iran’s official toll of …

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COMPLACENCY IS A LEVEL OF FALSE SECURITY, UGANDANS LET US FOLLOW SOPs TO GUARD AGAINST COVID19 SPREADING

More Countries and organizations pledging more support through WHO to the government of Uganda. HOW DOES COMPLACENCY AFFECT MEDICAL WORKERS? POLITICIZING THE PANDEMIC HAS COST. By Goodluck Musinguzi Politics is good as it helps people follow resources and governance issues. However politics that make people doubt or abandon responsibilities most …

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27 MILLION MOSQUITO NETS TO BE DISTRIBUTED IN UGANDA, MALARIA CASES INCREASED TO 56% OF DIAGNOSED AND TREATED CASES

STUDIES ESTIMATED ANNUAL NUMBER OF DEATH ATTRIBUTED TO MALARIA IN UGANDA RANGE 70,000-100,000(MOH,2004) By Goodluck Musinguzi Covid19 has not killed a single Ugandan yet malaria cases diagnosed and treated increased by 56% between January and April in 2020 which is not good news at all. According to Ministry of Health …

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