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Power outage paralyzes activities at state-run hospital

Author : | Published: Friday, January 8, 2016

Lack of fuel at the Juba Teaching Hospital has paralyzed major operations at the state-run health facility.

Officials there say they cannot afford fuel due to increase in fuel prices, from 6 to 22 pounds per liter.

They say the hospital will soon stop accepting dead bodies at the mortuary due to lack of electricity.

Dr John Chol, director-general of the hospital, speaks with Joakino…

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