Rwanda has reported no fatalities and eleven new cases of the COVID-19 virus. Out of the 4,863 tests that were conducted yesterday, Rwanda reported zero fatalities and eleven new cases of Covid-19.
The number of fatalities attributed to the coronavirus pandemic has not risen over 1,459 as of yet. The rate of optimism is 0.2 percent, and it has been unchanged for the last seven days at 0.2 percent.
After Rwanda started its state-wide immunization campaign on March 5, 2021, a total of 8,535,538 individuals have gotten the complete coronavirus vaccine, while 9,059,779 have received their initial dose of the vaccine.
In addition, 4,612,549 individuals already have gotten the second booster dosage, which is the third and final dose of the vaccine and is intended to fortify the immune system.
It is strongly recommended that Rwandans adhere to the established health protocols, routinely wash their hands with soap and clean water, use face masks, and maintain appropriate physical and social distances.