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Burundi changes tack as president Ndayishimiye declares COVID-19 ‘biggest enemy’

Burundi's new President Evariste Ndayishimiye has declared coronavirus the country's "biggest enemy", in a major about-turn for a nation which has largely ignored the...

COVID-19: US biotech firm Inovio reports encouraging virus vaccine results

Washington - The US biotech firm Inovio reported preliminary but encouraging results Tuesday from tests of an experimental coronavirus vaccine. Administered to 40 volunteers, it...

COVID-19 Impact: Airbus cuts 15,000 jobs to face aviation’s ‘gravest crisis’

European aircraft maker Airbus said on Tuesday it is planning to cut around 15,000 jobs worldwide, 11 percent of its total workforce, in response...

Coronavirus: 11 Uganda Returnees From Afghanistan test positive for COVID-19

KAMPALA - Eleven Ugandans who recently returned from Afghanistan have tested positive for COVID-19, the health ministry said in a statement today. The 11 are...

Uganda’s COVID-19 cases at 870, with 808 recoveries

KAMPALA – The Ministry of Health has on Monday, June 29 confirmed 11 new COVID-19, pushing Uganda’s total number of cases to 870. The new...

Uganda registers 11 new Covid-19 cases, as total rises to 859

KAMPALA - The Ministry of Health has confirmed 11 new COVID-19 cases from 3,386 samples tested on Saturday June, 27, pushing Uganda's total number...

Uganda registers 15 new COVID-19 cases, as tally rises to 848

KAMPALA – Uganda on Saturday reported 15 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections in the country to 848, a ministry...

Uganda registers 12 new Covid-19 cases, raising total to 833

KAMPALA – Uganda on Friday reported 12 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections in the country to 833, a ministry...

Uganda’s COVID-19 cases rise to 821 after 16 more test positive

KAMPALA – Uganda on Thursday reported 16 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections in the country to 821, a ministry...

Health Care Services in Africa Disrupted by Pandemic: WHO Chief

Addis Ababa - The coronavirus pandemic has affected key health services including malaria and HIV treatment programmes across Africa and could undo "decades of progress",...
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