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Johnson spoke on the phone to US President Donald Trump about the international response to COVID-19, and officials said he would speak to Queen Elizabeth II in the coming days for the first time in three weeks

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Daily NK, an online media outlet run mostly by North Korean defectors, said Kim underwent a cardiovascular procedure earlier this month and was recovering at a villa in North Phyongan province

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Ramaphosa said South Africa was now entering the second phase of its COVID-19 response aimed at stabilising the economy, addressing the decline in supply and demand and protecting jobs

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The rustlers are said to be from Karamoja Sub-region

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The impact is being felt, especially around Lake Victoria which is shared by Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania

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Yellow fever is an acute haemorrhagic disease transmitted by infected Aedes Aepyti mosquitos found in the tropics and sub-tropics and has the potential to spread rapidly and cause serious health impact

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Authorities have sealed off illegal border points and issued mandatory screening to prevent spread of coronavirus through truck drivers

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These were among the six Chinese who were intercepted last month in Zombo District as they tried to cross the border to DRC following their escape from quarantine in the capital Kampala

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Many leaders of NGOs told Daily Monitor that they had not received communication from their partners and funders in regard to funding and are not sure how their work will continue during and after the Covid-19 pandemic

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A group of people first visited local leaders’ homes demanding for relief aid, but they were told that the government had stopped them from making any individual donations

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Okidi says the money should help in the coordination of the activities aimed at fighting coronavirus

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These are areas where a civil engineer who tested  positive for COVID-19, reportedly visited after turning  from the US on March 12

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Behind the innovations are students and lecturers in different Ugandan universities and experts in private sector in the country

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In just four months, the virus has turned the world upside down, confining half the planet indoors and killing nearly 170,000 on its march through virtually every country

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He laid out the difficulties of the so-called 'Phase 2' in reopening the economy, saying a plan would be laid out "before the end of this week

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The petition is addressed to President Museveni, Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga, and Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda

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Students in tertiary institutions and universities are required to carry out personal reading and research during this time. More than 73,000 schools and institutions were closed affecting more than15 million learners and 548,000 teachers

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Scientists think it originated in bats and could have been passed on via another mammal like a pangolin, an endangered species whose meat and scales are highly prized in parts of Asia

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 However, according to the message, 10 more people who previously tested positive for the virus were on Monday discharged from hospital, bringing the country's total number of recoveries to 38

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Malawi has so far confirmed just 17 cases, including two deaths, but President Peter Mutharika has warned that without locking down the country, the virus could kill around 50,000

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His lawyer, Mr Kiiza believes his client got into trouble with the security over his latest book that they believe is critical of the government

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An upcountry survey carried out by Daily Monitor last week suggests that most desperate Ugandans have now resorted to farming

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Guidelines from global health organisations say certain words may have a negative meaning for people and fuel stigmatising attitudes

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Before the lockdown, Mr Bonny Banadda was a taxi driver at Entebbe airport and would make enough to feed his wife and four children

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