COVID-19: Rwanda reports ten recoveries, one new case

Rwanda on Monday, May 11 reported ten recoveries of COVID-19 and one new confirmed case.

This brought the tally of COVID-19 recovery cases in the country to 150, against 135 active cases.


The latest update by the Ministry of Health was from 380 sample tests, the lowest sample of tests since last week.


Overall, Rwanda has so far conducted 4,805 sample tests of this Virus.


With no reported fatality to date, the country recently eased the COVID-19 lockdown allowing most businesses to resume operations for 15 days. 

However, everyone has been urged to put on facemasks in public and in multi-family compounds, to continue washing hands regularly, and to practice physical distancing among other directives.

Citizens are also reminded to always call 114- the toll-free line of Rwanda Biomedical Center, whenever they experience symptoms of this pandemic such as fever, dry cough and shortness of breath.

Globally, there are over 4,234,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19, more than 285,900 deaths and 1,518,406 recoveries.

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