Rwanda surpasses the 1000 mark with Coronavirus / COVID-19 Cases

According to Worldometer an online website that records daily Coronavirus cases in all countries and territories around the world, Rwanda surpassed 1000 coronavirus cases yesterday on Sunday June 30th after the east African country had released its daily coronavirus cases update which showed 27 new cases. As of today Rwanda has 1025 cases with 578 active cases and 447 recoveries and 2 deaths.

Rwanda has re-opened its tourism activities

Although Rwanda is facing an increase in the COVID-19 cases, the govt has given a green light to tourism activities to resume once more. Rwanda Development Board introduced new guidelines that will be followed by all tourists who intend to visit this gorilla tracking destination for the foreseeable future as the country opens up for tourism amidst Coronavirus. the Rwanda Development Board an agency that is responsible for tourism in the East African country says that the principles and considerations outlined in these guidelines were compiled through reference materials including from the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA), Global Association for Attractions Industry, World Health Organisation (WHO) and the Rwanda Ministry of Health (MoH) guidelines on COVID-19 prevention. The guidelines provide a framework for reopening the tourism industry in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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