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Farting, crying, pregnancy among reported side-effects of AstraZeneca Vaccine

Kampala, Uganda - More than a dozen countries—including France, Germany, Italy and Spain—have suspended their administration of the AstraZeneca vaccine over a handful of...

EU proposes vaccine pass to help save tourism

The EU will unveil Wednesday a proposed European vaccine pass to ease travel, an idea pushed by tourist hotspots such as Greece that are...

Queen Elizabeth II’s husband Prince Philip leaves hospital

Queen Elizabeth II's 99-year-old husband Prince Philip left a central London hospital on Tuesday, after four weeks of treatment that sparked fears for his...

Moderna Announces Start Of Covid-19 Vaccine Trials For Children

US manufacturer Moderna on Tuesday said it has started Covid-19 vaccine trials for children aged from 6 months to under 12 years old, with...

COVID-19: Why have some countries paused the AstraZeneca jab?

Why have several countries in Europe suspended use of the AstraZeneca vaccine, citing fears of blood clots, even as the European Union's top regulator...

Tanzania minister slams ‘nonsense’ rumours over missing president

Tanzania's minister for legal affairs on Thursday threatened those spreading "nonsense" rumours over the health of President John Magufuli with jail, without offering details...

No reason to stop using ‘excellent’ AstraZeneca jab: WHO

The World Health Organization said Friday there was no reason to stop using AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine after several countries suspended the rollout over blood...

Thailand suspends AstraZeneca vaccine rollout as US President Joe Biden eyes...

Bangkok - Thailand on Friday joined several European nations in suspending the AstraZeneca vaccine over blood clot fears, despite a range of health authorities...

Uganda Cancer Institute asks for budget increment as patient numbers rise

The Uganda Cancer Institute (UCI) has called for an increase in its budget allocation to manage patients who it said are on the rise. Dr....

Millions of women deprived of contraception in pandemic: UNFPA

Some 12 million women may have lost access to contraception due to pandemic health disruptions, the United Nations sexual and reproductive health agency said...
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