KIGALI – Rwanda’s confirmed coronavirus cases have now risen to 75, following five new cases on Tuesday.
The five new cases include four (4) travelers who arrived from Dubai, and one (1) other contact of a previously confirmed case who was identified and isolated.
According to the Rwandan Health ministry, all patients including the previously confirmed cases are under treatment and are in stable condition.
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Rwanda registered its first COVID-19 case on March 14. Since then, cases of the new coronavirus, most of which are imported, have been rising every day.
President Paul Kagame says his government will do everything possible to support Rwandans during the Coronavirus containment period which is characterized by social and economic challenges.