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Covid cases in China touch 900 million – study

Author: | Published: Friday, January 13, 2023

Some 900 million people in China have been infected with the coronavirus as of 11 January, according to a study by Peking...

Author: | Published: Monday, October 3, 2022

2 million vaccinated against COVID-19 in S. Sudan

Author: | Published: Saturday, June 11, 2022

World Bank approves $129m grant for S. Sudan

Published: Saturday, June 11, 2022

World Bank approves $129m grant for S. Sudan

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South Sudan fall short of Covid vaccination target

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

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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...

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