The resolutions are part of other stringent measures taken to control the up surging COVID-19 cases and deaths.
The meeting was chaired by President Paul Kagame at Village Urugwiro.
“Movements are prohibited between 7p.m-4a.m. All businesses must close by 6p.m. Movements between Kigali and other provinces and movements between districts across the country are prohibited except for medical reasons and other essential services. However, vehicles transporting goods will continue to operate with no more than two people on board,” reads part of the cabinet statement released today
New measures follow steady upsurge in COVID-19 infections where the country has recorded 3153 new cases since 11th June 2021.
The statement also shows that physical meetings will continue but must not exceed 30% of venue capacity. Negative COVID-19 test results will be required for all participants.
All social gatherings and celebrations of all kinds have been prohibited both in public and private settings.
Traditional, civil and religious weddings have been suspended.
Public offices will continue with essential staff at no more than 15% percent of all employees while others continue working from home on a rotational basis.
Restaurants and cafés shall operate at 30% capacity and shall receive clients until 6pm. Negative COVID-19 test results will be required for designated restaurants.
Among other measures, tourism activity will continue in strict adherence to COVID-19 health guidelines. This includes hotels, tour operators, and transport services facilitating guests.