Uganda to resume COVID-19 vaccination on Monday

A nurse prepares a dose of the Oxford AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine at Mulago referral hospital in Kampala, on the first day of a vaccination campaign on March 10, 2021. - Uganda has started to give vaccination with 964,000 doses from Indian government for frontline workers, nurses, doctors, teachers and officers from all units of police. (Photo by Badru KATUMBA / AFP) (Photo by BADRU KATUMBA/AFP via Getty Images)

Uganda will resume COVID-19 vaccination on Monday, June 28.

Statistics released by the country’s ministry of health indicate that thus far, 843,039 people have been inoculated against the disease.

Uganda on June 16 received 175,200 COVID-19 doses from the COVAX facility, a donation from the Embassy of France in Uganda.

Results of the COVID-19 tests done on June 23 confirmed that the country has recorded 1,025 new coronavirus cases. The cumulative confirmed cases are 76,562.

Total fatalities as a result of the disease are now at 830.