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2 million vaccinated against COVID-19 in S. Sudan

Author: Chany Ninrew | Published: Monday, October 3, 2022

More than 2 million people have been vaccinated against Covid-19 in South Sudan since immunization began in April last year, says World...

Author: Chany Ninrew | Published: Saturday, June 11, 2022

World Bank approves $129m grant for S. Sudan

Author: Koang Chang | Published: Friday, May 6, 2022

EAC steps up readiness for health emergency response

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

The East African Business Council urges EAC Partner States to adopt and implement EAC coordinated approach on COVID-19 to eliminate...

Teen rejected by parents over pregnancy, begs for forgiveness

A 16-year-old mother abandoned by her parents for conceiving at an early age is asking her family for forgiveness, and begged to take her...

Covid-19: S Sudan confirms 17 new cases Sunday

The Ministry of Health said it has confirmed 17 new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours. (more…)

VP Hussein Abdelbagi recovers from Covid-19

The Vice President for Service Cluster Hussein Abdelbagi announced he has recovered from Covid-19 infection after retesting negative for...

Governor Tong announces mandatory COVID-19 vaccination for all

The governor of Northern Bahr el Ghazal has announced mandatory coronavirus vaccination for people in the state. (more…)

WHO Chief fears Covid-19 may not end

The Director of World Health Organization has warned that the rush in wealthy countries to roll out additional Covid vaccine doses was...

Land grabbing, cattle-related incidents remain major challenge in CES, says Governor Adil

Land grabbing, communal violence, cattle-related incidents, and NAS insurgency are some of the challenges faced by the citizens of Central...

Covid chaos as director in VP office ‘contradicts’ taskforce over $6 USD charges

The public have been thrown into confusion as the Office of the Vice President for Service Cluster, the taskforce, and private Covid...

Covid-19: People with disabilities worry over partial lockdown

The current partial lockdown in Juba will negatively impact people with disabilities since their livelihood depends on the markets and...

2 deaths, 273 new COVID-19 cases reported Wednesday

South Sudan on Wednesday has registered 2 new coronavirus deaths, bringing the total number of those who succumbed to the virus to 135 in...

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