21st January 2022
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South Sudan fall short of Covid vaccination target

Author: Woja Emmanuel | Published: Saturday, January 15, 2022

South Sudan has missed its target to fully vaccinate at least 20 percent of the population against Covid-19. This is according to an...

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Monday, January 10, 2022

EAC: Partner states urged to adopt coordinated approach on COVID-19

Author: Koang Pal | Published: Thursday, January 6, 2022

Teen rejected by parents over pregnancy, begs for forgiveness

Published: Monday, January 3, 2022

Covid-19: S Sudan confirms 17 new cases Sunday

Published: Thursday, December 30, 2021

VP Hussein Abdelbagi recovers from Covid-19

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Kiir warns against hate speech, xenophobic traits

President Salva Kiir has warned South Sudanese against spreading hate speech and exhibiting xenophobic behaviors following the confirmation...

S Sudan records third coronavirus case

President Salva Kiir on Thursday announced that another person has tested positive for coronavirus, bringing the total number to three. ...

POCs are coronavirus-free – Shearer

The Head of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan says there is no case of coronavirus in the Protection of Civilian sites....

ICRC set to help prevent Covid-19 spread

The International Committee of the Red Cross says it is setting up infection prevention and control measures in the three hospitals and 36 ...

Another traveler held at Nimule over illegal crossing

Authorities in Nimule say they are holding a Ugandan woman for entering South Sudan illegally. (more…)

Activists call for expansion of COVID-19 action committee

Members of the civil society forum say high-level taskforce on coronavirus should be expanded to include non-politicians. (more…)

S Sudanese warned against xenophobic behaviors

The high-level task force on coronavirus has warned South Sudanese against xenophobic behaviors triggered after confirmation of COVID-19...

IGAD donates $100,000 for coronavirus fight in S Sudan

The high-level task force on coronavirus has received a 100,000-dollar check from IGAD as financial support against COVID-19. (more…)

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