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COVID-19: One positive test in Premier League’s latest virus checks

London - The Premier League's restart bid received a boost on Wednesday as it was revealed just one person out of 1,197 tested positive...

VERBATIM: President Museveni’s Martyrs Day message to Ugandans

Related • Coronavirus Update: Uganda’s Covid-19 cases now at 507 • Episcopal Conference Cancels June 3, Uganda Martyr’s Day Celebrations • NORBERT MAO: COVID-19 & the trade-offs...

Coronavirus Update: Uganda’s Covid-19 cases now at 507

KAMPALA –  Uganda’s COVID-19 cases have risen to 507 after 18 more people tested positive, the Health Ministry announced on Wednesday. The new cases are...

Dr. Pantaleon Kasoma replaces Benjamin Otto as UWA Board Chair

KAMPALA - Dr. Kasoma Pantaleon Mukasa Banda has been appointed the new Board Chairman at Uganda Wildlife Authority. In a post on twitter, Judith Nabakooba,...

EDWIN MUZAHURA: Katikiro Mayiga deserves respect and praise not ridicule!

The Buganda Kingdom is lucky to have a Katikiro of Mayiga's kind and will take along time to find his equal let alone worthy...

UGANDA: Justice Kavuma Appointed Civil Aviation Authority Board Chairman

KAMPALA – Justice (Rtd.) Stephen Kavuma has been appointed as the Chairman Board of Directors of the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority-UCAA. Kavuma, the immediate former...

COVID-19: Wuhan doctor at whistleblower’s hospital dies from coronavirus

A Wuhan doctor who worked with coronavirus whistleblower Li Wenliang died of the virus on Tuesday, state media reported, becoming China's first COVID-19 fatality...

Mbale hospital halts admission of COVID-19 patients over lack of beds

Mbale regional referral hospital administration has said it will no longer admit any more Covid-19 patients due to limited bed capacity. The hospital currently has...

IRCU asks government to conduct geology study on Kasese rivers

Kasese, Uganda - The Inter-Religious Council of Uganda-IRCU has appealed to government to carry out a geological study on rivers in Kasese district to...

Uganda Registers 32 New COVID-19 Cases, National tally Rises to 489

KAMPALA – Uganda’s COVID-19 cases have risen to 489 after 32 more people tested positive, the Health Ministry announced on Tuesday. In a statement, the...
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