Rwanda extends COVID-19 lockdown by two weeks

PUBLISHED: Thu, 02 Apr 2020 11:21:20 GMT
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Rwanda has ordered a two week extension of the current lockdown.

The decision to extend the current two week lockdown initially declared on March 21 to contain the spread of the coronavirus was reached during an extraordinary cabinet meeting held via video conference on Wednesday.

The following is an official statement on behalf of the Rwandan government:

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