A Ugandan doctor is on the run after administering fake covid 19 vaccines. According to Ugandan news outlet Daily Monitor, State House Health Monitoring Unit confirmed that over 800 Ugandans and an unknown number of clients from various companies, received fake covid 19 vaccines. Some of the patients who received the fake covid 19 jab, have since lost their lives during the second wave of covid 19.
"We got a social media story and information from the Resident District Commissioner for Nakawa about people who were carrying out covid 19 vaccination. We informed the police, State House Intelligence team and chieftaincy of Military Intelligence to do undercover work. In the process, two nurses, who were vaccinating individuals and people in corporate institutions with covid 19 vaccines were arrested and taken to Jinja Road police station for investigations." State House Health Monitoring Unit Director Dr Warren Naamara said in a press conference.
Dr Naamara further added that the nurses who were arrested were receiving the vaccines from someone called Dr Francis Baguma who is on the run. The culprits were charging between Ush.100,000 to Ush.200,000 for a single dose.
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