The decision is part of resolutions of the cabinet meeting held today chaired by President Paul Kagame.
The lifted lockdown was initially imposed from 17th till 26th of July 2021. It was later extended for five days to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Among others, movements between and other provinces and districts of the country are allowed except movements from and to selected sectors recently placed under lockdown.
Movements are also prohibited from 6p.m through 4a.m while all businesses must close by 5p.m.
Public and private offices are allowed to reopen at 15% capacity while other employees must continue working from home.
Private businesses shall continue operations with essential staff at no more than 50% capacity.
Meetings and conferences are allowed not exceeding 30% of venue capacity, public transport should not exceed 50%, restaurants and cafés are allowed providing takeaway services only.
Civil and religious weddings are also allowed to a maximum of 10 people but all guests must present negative COVID-19 tests within 72 hours.