15 February 2021 — A hundred, and forty-one (141) recent COVID-19 cases had been identified out of 2662 samples examined as of late. This brings the cumulative resolution of confirmed cases seventeen thousand, four hundred, and eighty-four (17484). To this level, fifteen thousand, a hundred, and twenty-five (15125) patients have recovered, at the side of 300, and thirty-three (333) within the previous 24 hours. The resolution of active cases is two thousand, a hundred, and twenty (2120) and Two hundred, and thirty-9 (239) deaths.
The recent cases are in Kigali (49), Nyamagabe (10), Kirehe (10), Ngororero (7), Rulindo (7), Kayonza (6), Muhanga (6), Kamonyi (5), Gicumbi (5), Rusizi (4), Ruhango (4), Ngoma (4), Gakenke (4), Huye (3), Gisagara (3), Nyaruguru (3), Musanze (2), Rubavu (2), Karongi (2), Nyagatare (2), Gatsibo (2), Rwamagana (1), and Burera (1); heightened vigilance is required in every single set up.
The COVID-19 prevention measures introduced by the Authorities of Rwanda need to continue to be fastidiously noticed, especially frequent hand-washing and physical distancing. Besides to, face masks must aloof be broken-down in public and multi-family compounds.
Withholding files connected to contact tracing or COVID-19 signs, jeopardises public safety and will be punished in accordance with relevant authorized tricks.
The predominant signs of coronavirus are dry cough, shortness of breath, and fever. Computerized screening is on hand by dialing *114#. Indicators would possibly possibly also be reported to a scientific skilled, or as follows:
Cellular phone: 114 (toll-free);
Whatsapp message to: +250788202080;
Email: callcenter [at] rbc.gov.rw.
Let’s continue to work together to defeat this pandemic.
For more files:
Click on on Rwanda Biomedical Centre Website: https://www.rbc.gov.rw
Click on on WHO African Enlighten COVID-19 Dashboard: https://arcg.is/XvuSX
Click on on WHO web pages to stare the Corona Virus Scenario Dashboard with as a lot as date resolution of cases globally and nation by nation https://covid19.who.int/