The Ministry of Health on Wednesday said six new cases were detected out of 982 tests done over the last 24hrs.
The Ministry also confirmed that 7 people have recovered, bringing the number of total recoveries to 216, leaving 98 active cases.
The Director General of Rwanda Biomedical Centre (RBC) confirmed that all the new cases are attributed to cross border drivers and their assistants.
East African Community (EAC) nations are battling cross border transmission, with leaders of the Northern Corridor countries coming up with joint measures to contain the cases.
The measures which previously saw countries resort to blocking entry of drivers and their assistants have been revised in line with the resolutions of the Heads of State Consultative meeting.
Among the new measures, trucks will be stopping and offloading at designated entry points, except those carrying fuel and perishable goods.
Countries also agreed to do regular testing of drivers and their assistants, stopping those who test positive from proceeding, while Rwanda too will be testing drivers upon arrival and escorting trucks with perishable goods or fuel to their final destination and transit trucks to the point of exit.