The Act was passed on 5th February 2019, and it among others seeks to regulate the use of traditional and complementary medicines. It provides for a fine of 20 million Shillings to herbalists and other providers of complementary medicine who advertise or operate without a license.The Uganda National Health Policy 2000 recognizes the role of Traditional Medicine in the health care delivery system as a step towards improving health services delivery  in Uganda.

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A CLINICAL EVALUATION OF EFFICACY, SAFETY IMMUNOGENICITY AND RELIABILITY OF UBV-01N- A NOVAL NATURAL PRODUCT- IN ADULT PATIENTS INFECTED WITH SARS-COV-2 (COVID-19), IN UGANDA