Rwanda Pilots Home-Based Care for Covid-19 Cases

The healh ministry is testing whether community-based management of Covid-19 is feasible in the country. Even though there has not been reports of the country's healthcare system being under pressure, medics are planning ahead in case the situation changes. Rwanda became the first African country to order a total shutdown to curb the spread of the virus and now has slightly over 2000 confirmed case, 

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