According to the Ministry of Health, on Sunday, September 20, the country also reported 22 new cases.
Of the new cases, 14 were detected in Kigali’s high-risk groups, whereas Nyamagabe and Burera districts confirmed 7 cases and one case respectively.
The results were obtained from 1,892 sample tests taken in a single day.
In total, since the outbreak of the pandemic by mid-March, Rwanda conducted 475,931 tests.
Of all tests, the country reported 4,711 confirmed cases, of which 2,961 people have recovered.
The country’s Covid-19 death toll so far stands at 26 people.
Coronavirus symptoms include coughing, flu, and difficulty in breathing. The virus is said to be transmitted through the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract.
Rwandans are required to continue complying with government regulations, especially with frequent washing of hands and water and soap, wearing masks when leaving home or in public.