Wednesday, January 27, 2021

US President Biden to reinstate Covid-19 bans on travelers from UK, Brazil, South Africa...

President Joe Biden will announce he is re-imposing a Covid-19 travel ban on most non-US citizens who have been in Britain, Brazil, Ireland and...

Zanzibar now East Africa’s fourth-largest airport with seven new airlines

Zanzibar is the fourth-largest airport in East Africa this winter, up from seventh year-on-year. According to Anna aero, an online network news and data website,...

NRM’s Nyamutoro defeats Angella Kasekende, 10 others to take National Female Youth MP Seat

Ms. Angela Nakuya, a daughter of former Bank of Uganda (BoU) Deputy Governor Louis Kasekende, has been defeated in the National Female Youth parliamentary...

DJ Khaled to host 2021 MTV MAMAs in Kampala

DJ and record executive, DJ Khaled, who is best known for his hip hop and R&B hit anthems, will be the international host for...

Joe Biden inauguration puts US poet Amanda Gorman on bestseller list

President Joe Biden's poet woke up a superstar on Thursday, after a powerful reading at the US inauguration a day earlier catapulted 22-year-old Amanda...

‘Pharmacy of the world’ India exports first covid vaccines

New Delhi - India exported its first batch of locally produced coronavirus shots Wednesday, officials said, as the world's biggest vaccine manufacturer scrambled to...

Meghan’s letter ended our relationship: father

Meghan Markle's father described a letter she wrote to him after her marriage to Prince Harry as the end of their relationship, according to...

Emirates, Etihad to pilot virus ‘travel pass’

Dubai - Emirates and Etihad, two of the Middle East's biggest airlines, said Tuesday they would be among the first companies to test an...

Pandemic review panel criticises China, WHO for acting too slowly on Covid-19

China and the World Health Organization could have acted faster to avert catastrophe during the early stages of the coronavirus outbreak, a panel of...

Immune system ‘remembers’ coronavirus for at least 6 months: study

People may be able to fight off reinfection for at least six months after they recover from Covid-19 thanks to cells that can "remember"...
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