Travelers arriving from India and Uganda or those who have traveled there in the last seven days will be required upon arriving in Rwanda to complete a mandatory seven-day quarantine, the HealthMinistry said Wednesday in its updated rules which came into force Tuesday.
The poor population in particular benefits from the vaccination campaign, as they usually have little access to health services ... In addition, KfW, also on behalf of the BMZ, is supporting a regional training and excellence centre for health and immunisation logistics at the University of Rwanda with EUR 14 million.
Health authorities in Rwanda are exploring ways of standardizing the PCR test certificate for travel, working with regional and international health or air travel regulatory bodies on the possibilities of establishing a trusted international COVID-19 test certificate.
Rwanda over the weekend extended curfew hours and implemented other strict measures following a surge in Covid-19 infections ...The Ministry of Health recently announced that Rwanda expects to receive 3.5 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine to help achieve its target of inoculating 60 percent of its 12 million population by June 2022.
We urge global organisations and decision-makers to start investing in health systems now alongside the Covid-19 response ...Reduced operations of in-person health facilities have accelerated a transition to self-care and expanded digital care models, with Rwanda pioneering what would be the world’s first digital-first universal primary care service.
While 32 persons are feared dead, at least 400,000 people are currently internally displaced in DRC while 7,000 persons have fled to Rwanda as refugees. Access to basic health and education services in Goma is disrupted due to destroyed roads, electricity, and water supply networks.
... the health of the Japanese people and all Games participants.” The IOC is in regular touch with NOCs whose athletes still do not have access to COVID-19 vaccine and hubs in Qatar and Rwanda will complete the process in assistance from their respective health authorities.