12 February 2021 — One hundred, and thirty-two (132) unusual COVID-19 cases were identified out of 4230 samples tested on the present time. This brings the cumulative sequence of confirmed cases seventeen thousand, and two hundred (17200). To this level, thirteen thousand, nine hundred, and thirty-seven (13937) patients occupy recovered, together with two hundred, and fifty-nine (259) in the previous 24 hours. The sequence of lively cases is three thousand, and twenty-seven (3027) and two hundred, and thirty-six (236) deaths. The 5 unusual deaths are male of 86, 82, 68, and 63 in Kigali, and 54 years ragged in Kayonza District.
The unusual cases are in Kigali (25), Kayonza (12), Nyaruguru (10), Gisagara (10), Nyamagabe (10), Muhanga (9), Karongi (7), Ruhango (7), Nyagatare (6), Kirehe (5), Ngoma (5), Ngororero (5), Gatsibo (4), Kamonyi (3), Rusizi (3), Rwamagana (3), Gicumbi (2), Gakenke (2), Huye (2), Rulindo (1), and Nyamasheke (1); heightened vigilance is required in each do.
The COVID-19 prevention measures launched by the Govt of Rwanda must proceed to be carefully seen, in particular frequent hand-washing and bodily distancing. To boot, face masks wants for exhaust in public and multi-family compounds.
Withholding files connected to contact tracing or COVID-19 symptoms, jeopardises public safety and could well be punished in step with appropriate laws.
The major symptoms of coronavirus are dry cough, shortness of breath, and fever. Automated screening is provided by dialing *114#. Symptoms can moreover be reported to a medical professional, or as follows:
Mobile phone: 114 (toll-free);
Whatsapp message to: +250788202080;
E mail: callcenter [at] rbc.gov.rw.
Let’s proceed to work together to defeat this pandemic.
For added files:
Click on Rwanda Biomedical Centre Web situation: https://www.rbc.gov.rw
Click on WHO African Assert COVID-19 Dashboard: https://arcg.is/XvuSX
Click on WHO web sigh to peep the Corona Virus Narrate Dashboard with up to this level sequence of cases globally and country by country https://covid19.who.int/