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Doctors’ Union raises alarm over Indian Coronavirus variant

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Friday, May 7, 2021

South Sudan Doctors' Union has raised the alarm over the possible importation of the coronavirus variant from India into South Sudan....

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Midwives call for better working conditions

Author: Ayuen Panchol | Published: Tuesday, May 4, 2021

CDC cautions Juba against using expired AstraZeneca

Published: Tuesday, May 4, 2021

CDC cautions Juba against using expired AstraZeneca

Published: Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Health ministry concerned over ‘vaccine hesitancy’

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Doctors’ Union raises alarm over Indian Coronavirus variant

South Sudan Doctors' Union has raised the alarm over the possible importation of the coronavirus variant from India into South Sudan....

Midwives call for better working conditions

The chairperson for South Sudan Nurses and midwives has called for better working conditions for health practitioners as the country marks...

CDC cautions Juba against using expired AstraZeneca

The African Center of Disease Control has now told South Sudan not to use the expired AU-donated AstraZeneca doses. (more…)

Doctors’ Union appeals for heath workers’ pay rise

The South Sudan Doctors’ Union has appealed to the peace government to act faster and increase the payment of medical personnel in the...

Official reports worrying numbers of snake bites in Mvolo County

An official in Western Equatoria state says they lack anti-venom medication as cases of rampant snake bites continue to rise in Mvolo...

Health ministry concerned over ‘vaccine hesitancy’

Health officials are concerned over the public's unwillingness to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. (more…)

Auditor’s report: J1, finance ministry, others illicitly acquire community oil shares

A report by the Auditor-General has revealed that communities in oil-producing areas lost over 31 million dollars to the Office of the...

Coronavirus: WHO urges African nations to keep expired vaccines

The World Health Organization (WHO) has urged African countries not to destroy Covid-19 vaccines that may have passed their expiry...

Over 300 persons with leprosy ask for assistance

Nearly 300 people suffering from leprosy are in dire need of food assistance and drinking water at Rokwe village, Luri Payam. ...

Minister accuses oil companies of employment discrimination

The Minister of Petroleum has accused the oil companies of deliberately rejecting applications from the local workforce. (more…)

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