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Rwanda reports six new Covid-19 infections

Six people tested positive for Covid-19 in Rwanda on Sunday, October 25.

Of the new cases, five were identified in Kigali and one in Nyagatare district.


On the same day, 24 recovered from the pandemic.


So far, according to the Ministry of Health, 95 per cent of all people who tested positive for Covid-19 in Rwanda have recovered.


The latest results were obtained from 1,282 sample tests taken in the last 24 hours.

Since the outbreak of the pandemic in Rwanda by mid-March, the country has confirmed a total of 5,066 Covid-19 cases of whom 4, 830 have already recovered.

Concerning testing, in total, Rwanda has carried out 547,202 tests of Covid-19.

Rwanda has been listed among the countries on which Covid-19 travel restrictions into the EU territory should be gradually lifted.

According to a statement from the Council of the European Union on October 22, the move follows a review under the recommendation on the gradual lifting of the temporary restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU.

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