Rwanda police has deployed drones as an additional methods of raising awareness about COVID-19.
“As drones pass your neighbourhoods, we ask you: 1. Listen carefully the message. 2. Don’t leave your home to view the drones,” Rwanda police said in a statement Sunday.
“3. Don’t gather in large groups when drones deliver messages. Stay Home, protect your life and that of others. Save lives.”
According to the Rwanda Health ministry statement, six new cases of Covid-19 were identified Sudany, out of 1160 samples tested.
The total of confirmed cases now at 126. 25 people have recovered from the coronavirus in Rwanda (including 7 in the past 24 hours).
President Kagame commended the national COVID_19 task force for their commitment, dedication, and serving selflessly, even with the knowledge that the work they are doing could have consequences on their health.
Kagame visited the COVID19 Command Post located at KCEV on Sunday.
There are close to 400 professionals from different sectors coordinating activities aimed at ending the spread of COVID19 in Rwanda.