Rwanda set to hold first Private-Sector CEO Summit

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Coronavirus – Rwanda: COVID-19 update, 24 May 2020

Total cases: 327 (+2) Tests: 58,477 (+1,400) Recovered: 237 (+10) Deaths: 0 Active cases: 90Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Ministry of Health, Republic of Rwanda.Media filesDownload logo

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Coronavirus – Rwanda: COVID-19 update, 23 May 2020

Total Cases: 325 (+4) Tests: 57,077 (+1,109) Recovered: 227 (+5) Deaths: 0 Active cases: 98Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Ministry of Health, Republic of Rwanda.Media filesDownload logo

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