Hand-washing at various centers introduced in Rwanda to tackle coronavirus.
The nation fight against coronavirus is growing even as it has not recorded any cases of the virus so far. But fear from the neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo has put them on alert mode.
The plan is to have portable sinks for hand-washing at bus stops, restaurants, banks and shops across the capital Kigali. While at the country’s biggest car park in Kigali, passengers must wash their hands before they board buses.
SEEN IN KIGALI: To prevent the risk of #Coronavirus outbreak, passengers at the Kigali Bus Park have to wash their hands before getting onto buses.#Rwanda has recorded NO case of the epidemic but the country has stepped up vigilance. pic.twitter.com/tb7cfUNj7K
— The New Times (Rwanda) (@NewTimesRwanda) March 9, 2020
The nation is adopting the hygiene mantra advocated by health authorities across the world to tackle the outbreak. Meanwhile, so far the nine (9) African countries have confirmed cases of the virus with South Africa having the most confirmed cases of coronavirus in sub-Saharan Africa, with 13.