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In Latin America, Brazil has emerged as a new hotspot with 5,000 deaths so far

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In Latin America, Brazil has emerged as a new hotspot with 5,000 deaths so far

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The HRDC argued that the government had failed to announce any measures to cushion the poor and vulnerable from the effects of the lockdown which had been due to start on April 19.

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Testing human sewage could now become a key way of tracking the pandemic's spread -- and a precious early warning system for a feared second wave

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He said that he agreed with Speaker Rebecca Kadaga and Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda to ensure that the MPs surrender the money to their respective district COVID-19 task forces where it would be properly spent and accounted for.

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The management of Lacor Hospital on April 27 issued a statement where it reported that last week, they received three patients who presented with signs similar to those of COVID-19

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By last Saturday, cargo drivers accounted for 18 of the new infections out of the total 79 cases recorded in the country.

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Railway operations via the mainland from Mombasa to Malaba has the capacity to carry up to 45,000 tonnes in a month.

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On March 18, President Museveni suspended public gatherings, closed schools and worship centres, pubs, and cultural meetings for 32 days

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The two officers were caught on video receiving unidentified items from the truck drivers.

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The president of Makerere University International Students Association, Mr Allan Musano, on Monday told Daily Monitor in a telephone interview that more than 100 students have approached him for food since they have run out of money

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Several private hospitals have asked government to involve them, but the Minister of Health, Dr Jane Aceng, said UVRI was still able to handle the current infection rates

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Mr Nevin Bradford, the central executive officer of Cipla, yesterday also confirmed the raw materials are in transit. He said the company had obtained approval from the ministry to import raw materials

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Mr Emmanuel Safali says although he is recovered, given that there are some recovered coronavirus patients who have tested positive again in countries, leaves him with some fear.

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Due to their often weak economies and poor health infrastructure they are considered highly vulnerable to the impacts of the mounting crisis

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One of his most notable clashes came to light in 2016 over cash donations for organising Independence Day celebrations

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By Tuesday, Uganda had registered 79 virus cases

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By Tuesday, Uganda had registered 79 virus cases

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Leaders say farmers’ production will increase and children will still be able to go to school when it rains

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According to authorities, the traders complaining are those whose businesses are not for essential items and are unable to make any money during lockdown

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A total of 215, 224 cases were reported to police in 2019 as compared to 238,746 cases reported in 2018

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“It is alleged that Harry Wakibra reported the discovery of a lifeless body of one Allimadi Ann Barbra, aged 48 years"

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Of the confirmed cases, at least 47 have recovered after treatment

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Allimadi is said to have been found dead in her house in Kiwatule, a Kampala suburb

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