Change COVID-19 23 March 2021

23 March 2021 — Sixty-eight (79) original COVID-19 instances were diagnosed out of 4761 samples examined this present day. This brings the cumulative collection of confirmed instances twenty thousand, eight hundred, and ninety-two (20975). To this level, nineteen thousand, two hundred, and fourteen (19310) sufferers include recovered, together with thirty-four (96) within the past 24 hours. The gathering of packed with life instances is one thousand, 300, and ninety (1370) and two hundred, and ninety-two (295) deaths. 

The original instances are in Gisagara (19), Kigali Metropolis (12), Nyamagabe (7), Rwamagana (6), Rulindo (5), Nyaruguru (5), Gakenke (5), Ruhango (5), Kayonza (4), Huye (3), Nyanza (2), Gicumbi (2), Muhanga (1), Karongi (1), Rutsiro (1), and Rubavu (1); heightened vigilance is required all over.

The COVID-19 prevention measures launched by the Govt of Rwanda must continue to be fastidiously noticed, especially frequent hand-washing and physical distancing. To boot to, face masks should always be worn in public and multi-family compounds.

Withholding files connected to contact tracing or COVID-19 symptoms, jeopardises public safety and might well moreover be punished in line with appropriate laws. 

Basically the major symptoms of coronavirus are dry cough, shortness of breath, and fever. Automatic screening is straight away accessible by dialing *114#. Signs can moreover be reported to a medical professional, or as follows:  

Cell phone: 114 (toll-free);  

Whatsapp message to:  +250788202080; 

Email: callcenter [at]    

Let’s continue to work together to defeat this pandemic. 

For more files: 

Click on Rwanda Biomedical Centre Online page online:  

Click on WHO African Space COVID-19 Dashboard:

Click on WHO web attach to peek the Corona Virus Downside Dashboard with as much as this level collection of instances globally and nation by nation  

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