How Rwanda slowed the spread of the Coronavirus

From imposing the first nationwide lockdown in Africa to enlisting robots in its fight against Covid-19, Rwanda has managed to keep its death rate low. CNBC’s Timothyna Duncan explores how these measures have helped slow the spread of the coronavirus.

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