Coronavirus: 70 cases

By Elina Jonas Ruzindaza
On 30 March 2020 at 05:40

The Ministry of Health has announced that 10 more people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 caused by coronavirus in Rwanda, bringing the total number of people who have been diagnosed with the virus to 70.

The Ministry in a press release, says the six identified patients were travelers from Dubai, United Arab Emirates, who, on arrival in Rwanda, were immediately placed under quarantine. Others quarantined are: two from South Africa; One, Nigeria; and one who had made various trips to East African countries.

The Ministry of Health has reassured that: “All patients are being treated in the designated areas and are responding well to treatment, with most coronavirus symptoms disappearing. No one is critically ill. The Ministry continues to trace for all people that came in contact with the patients for proper follow-up and management. m to be examined and cared for by the health authorities."

All Rwandans with any inquiry on coronavirus are required to call 114, or send a WhatsApp message to +250788202080 or call the nearest health facility.


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