Rwanda Extends COVID-19 Lockdown
This is the second time that the government has extended the lockdown period - this time by 11 days. This is part of the social distancing measures to stop the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. The country has been on lockdown since March 21 and will end on April 30 if infections are contained.
Govt Extends Lockdown Until April 30
New Times, 20 April 2020
A cabinet meeting has resolved that the ongoing lockdown to contain COVID-19 in the country be extended for another 11 days, meaning it will now end on April 30. Read more »
Lockdown (file photo).
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