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[New Times] Gorilla FC, one of the eight teams challenging for the two avaible tickets to the topflight league next season, have had their players undergo Covid-19 testing as the club prepares to start training.
[New Times] Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Agency (RURA) has been advised to consider subsidizing public transport companies to help them recover from adverse financial effects of Covid-19 without having to raise the fares at such a time when citizens are still struggling economically.
[New Times] Rwanda is looking at ways to increase production of minerals to attract more foreign exchange earnings following the Covid-19 outbreak, which has hurt the sector's fortunes.
[New Times] As Rwanda continues to experience a surge in recoveries and a reduction in the number of active cases of Covid-19, the Ministry of Health has closed a number of treatment facilities, some of which would be laying idle due to no patients.
[New Times] The local football governing body (Ferwafa) has authorised four teams, including Police, to start training after fulfilling the Covid-19 prevention measures.
[New Times] The rollout of public transport Generation 2 will be put on hold until further notice due to the adverse effects that Covid-19 has had on operators.
[WHO] Thirty-two (32) new COVID-19 cases were identified out of 1753 samples tested today. This brings the cumulative number of confirmed cases to four thousand, nine hundred, and forty (4940). To date, four thousand, three hundred, and ninety-eight (4398) patients have recovered and been discharged...
[New Times] A Cabinet meeting held on Monday October 12 has lifted restrictions on public transportation, effectively allowing buses to fill all their seats and at least 50 percent of the standing passengers.
[New Times] Rwanda is continuing to experience a drop in new cases of Covid-19 and an increase in recoveries.
[WHO] Nine (9) new COVID-19 cases were identified out of 2149 samples tested today. This brings the cumulative number of confirmed cases to four thousand, nine hundred, and five (4905). To date, three thousand, eight hundred, and seventy-seven (3877) patients have recovered and been discharged, including...
[New Times] It is 6am in a vegetable market commonly known as Giti cy'Inyoni, which is located in Kigali Sector in Nyarugenge District.
[New Times] Vegetable farmers who have been struggling to get quality seeds during Covid-19 will now access them thanks to the support from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
[Nation] Rwanda is planning a gradual nationwide reopening of schools over the next few months as it emerges from effects of the Covid-19 pandemic that has disrupted economic activities since mid March.