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[New Times] At least 57.5 per cent of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) operating across different industries closed operations between March and April due to Covid-19 impact, a new study by Business Professionals Network (BPN) and the University of Rwanda shows.
[New Times] Rwanda Development Board (RDB) has allocated Rwf3.5 billion for tourism marketing activities as it seeks to recover the tourism and hospitality industry from Covid-19 impact in the next fiscal year.
[New Times] Physical distancing is one of the most critical precautionary measures to contain coronavirus.
[New Times] The coronavirus outbreak has continued to push many small and medium enterprises on the edge even as the government recently lifted some lockdown restriction, allowing some businesses to resume operations.
[New Times] The City of Kigali has started an initiative aimed at taking children off the streets. The move was informed by the increasing number of street children during Covid-19 lockdown.
[New Times] The coronavirus pandemic has struck one of its most pernicious blows to the global health sector with unimaginable consequences.
[New Times] Rwanda National Police (RNP) has issued fresh caution to individuals, groups and the business community, whose actions contravenes the government safety guidelines meant to contain the pandemic of novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
[New Times] Gicumbi and Heroes FC, two clubs who will now feature in the second division league next season, are protesting Rwanda football federation's (Ferwafa) decision to relegate them after the 2019/2020 season was ended due to the coronavirus pandemic.
[New Times] Muslims should put in more efforts in the fight against COVID-19 and stay away from habits that might lead to the violation of the directives to fight the virus.
[New Times] The Embassy of Israel in Rwanda on Thursday extended support worth Rwf1 million which they say would help provide food for the most vulnerable people.
[Nairobi News] Rwanda has intensified its fight against Coronavirus with the use of five robots that with the ability to screen patients, capture their data and deliver food and medication among other tasks.
[New Times] A bilateral meeting between Rwanda and Tanzania agreed to resolve the issue of cross-border truck drivers as part of the move to contain the new coronavirus pandemic, the Ministry of Infrastructure said on Monday.