President Kagame appreciates COVID-19 intervention team

By Elina Jonas Ruzindaza
On 13 April 2020 at 06:59

President Paul Kagame on Easter Sunday boosted morale of a team of 400 health workers at Kigali Conference and Exhibition Village, that are involved in the management and control of COVID-19 caused by coronavirus, where he expressed his appreciation for the hard work and commitment they have exhibited despite the risks involved in their service.

The COVID19 intervention team is tasked with tracing individuals that had contact with people diagnosed with coronavirus, among other support activities. They began work on March 14 when patient zero was identified in Rwanda.

“I wanted to thank you, that’s why I am here. I know what you do requires selfless commitment. All of you, are serving selflessly, even with the knowledge that the work you are doing could have consequences on your health. You agreed to do this thinking of other Rwandans and the country. I can’t thank you enough,” the president considered.

Every one of the team members at the coronavirus intervention center has been assigned to trace members of the public that are known or suspected to have come into contact with patients diagnosed with coronavirus. The identified individuals are either quarantined or, if found with symptoms, are immediately put on treatment.

President Kagame thanked the group for their unwavering efforts and dedication.
He wished them a happy Easter, telling them that there would be a real-time to celebrate it when all this is over.

President Kagame thanked the group for their unwavering efforts and dedication.
President Paul Kagame on Easter Sunday boosted morale of a team of 400 health workers at Kigali Conference and Exhibition Village
The COVID19 intervention team is tasked with tracing individuals that had contact with people diagnosed with coronavirus, among other support activities.

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