“Thickly covered with a filthy, vile sludge. It is so toxic, even its footprints contain poison.”
I pet Moe. Moe is a Muk out here living his best life. The stigma of being a Muk has not stopped Moe from being fancy and he hopes you too can let yourself be whoever you are.
Day 11 - Disgusting
Absolutely obsessed with this Arbok from the Pokemon Band Festival, like, look at them!
This gave me an idea… So, the face on Arbok’s hood changes according to its habitat right?
What about Arboksuko? Aggretkobra? Ok y'all got the reference!
Tell me what y'all think in the comments!
The healthiest diet for the Grimer, Koffing and Trubbish lines is a mixture of recyclables and biodegradable garbage
Wild Muk exhale an incredibly powerful toxic gas that can kill small plants almost instantly
Muk, the Sludge Pokémon.
They love to gather in smelly areas where sludge accumulates, making the stench around them worse.
Obsidian frame, 56 x 56 on glass
Diamond Gemspark - Unpainted, Deep Purple, Deep Violet, Shadow
Me out here never able to erase a save file on a Pokemon game because I am so attached to all my teams and the little journeys we went on together.
i love this update 🥺
MoH Launches Use of Covid-19 Convalescent Plasma as Treatment Modality
via @PerilOfAfrica The Minister for Health, Dr Jane Ruth Aceng has today September 16, launched the randomized clinical trial for use of convalescent plasma for treatment of COVID-19 in Uganda, at a ceremony held at the Makerere University Main Hall.
This, health officials said, has come about after a thorough study by the College of Health Sciences under the leadership of Prof William Bazeyo.
Scientists define convalescent plasma as plasma from individuals who have recovered from an infection and it may contain antibodies against that infection. Some of the collected plasma units.
The Ministry of Health noted that so far, a total of 162 Covid-19 convalescent plasma units have been collected. This can therefore be used to treat 65 patients.
“The start of the trial will determine the efficacy of convalescent plasma in treating COVID-19,” said Dr. Aceng.
According to Dr Bruce Kirenga, the head of Makerere University Lung Institute, 186 recovered Covid-19 patients willingly consented to participate in the blood donation, but only 162 qualified.
“These donors came from all parts of Uganda except Karamoja region, where there was no Covid19 infection at the time,” Dr. Kirenga said.
Currently, Uganda has a total of 2,333 cumulative Ugandan recoveries to date.
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