Rwanda COVID-19 updates: June 21st: Rwanda Confirms 26 Coronavirus-19 New Cases, Kigali Also Registers New Cases
On Sunday, June 21 there were 26 news COVID-19, bringing the tally of active cases to 367 against 359 recoveries. With these 26 new Coronavirus cases, Rwanda’s Coronavirus tally stands at 728 cases.
In a daily update on the pandemic by the Ministry of Health, it was noted that of the new cases; 18 were detected in Rusizi district, two at Rusumo and 6 cases found in Kigali.
The Ministry also noted that the new cases include those detected from the community.
For the past few weeks, Rusizi and Rusumo have been the leading hotspots of new COVID-19 infections.
Since the outbreak of this pandemic in Rwanda, the country has increased her testing capacity, and according to Rwanda Biomedical Centre, Rwanda’s testing capacity has increased 15 fold in the past four months and has been scaled up across the country.
So far, Rwanda recorded two Covid-19 deaths
Though Rwanda’s confirmed cases are increasing daily, on June 18, renowned Robert Koch Institute announced that it is no longer considering Rwanda as a Covid-19 risk area, owing to the country’s recent containment measures against the virus.
Wild gorilla safari packages
- 3 days Bwindi gorilla trekking safari
- 3 days gorilla safari to Mgahinga National Park
- 5 days Bwindi gorilla tour & Kibale trek
- 6 days Uganda gorilla & chimpanzee trek
- 7 days chimps & gorilla safari in Uganda
- 10 days Uganda gorilla tour
- 1 day Rwanda gorilla tour
- 2 days Rwanda gorilla safari adventure
- 3 days Rwanda gorilla safari to Volcanoes National Park
- 4 days Rwanda gorilla trekking tour
- 4 days Rwanda Adventure safari
- 5 days Rwanda gorilla tour
- 5 days Rwanda gorilla trekking
- 6 days Rwanda gorilla safari
- 7 days Rwanda gorilla safari
- 8 days Rwanda gorilla safari