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Rwanda Biomedical Centre Sep 16
If you are a clinician, please register to this interesting training on the following link:
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Rwanda Biomedical Centre Sep 13
Replying to @EngelsHT
Retweeted with the following comment: " test validity remains at 120 hours. But in a bid to smothen the processing of samples in the lab, those planning to travel are required to have their samples collected AT LEAST 48 hours before departure and not more than 120 hours."
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Rwanda Biomedical Centre Sep 13
Igihe cy'amasaha 120 ikizamini kigomba kuba cyakorewemo mbere y'uko ugikoresha akora urugendo ntabwo cyahindutse. Icyakora kugira ngo laboratoire ibashe gukora imirimo yayo neza, abipimisha bagomba gukoresha ibizamini bagifite nibura amasaha atari munsi ya 48 mbere y'urugendo.
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Rwanda Biomedical Centre Sep 13
Il reste à noter que la validité du test pour est toujours de 120 heures. Toutefois, il est obligatoire à toute personne planifiant de voyager de se présenter pour un test AU MOINS 48 heures avant l'heure prévue de départ et pas plus de 120 heures.
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Rwanda Biomedical Centre Sep 13
test validity remains at 120 hours. But in a bid to smothen the processing of samples in the lab, those planning to travel are required to have their samples collected AT LEAST 48 hours before departure and not more than 120 hours.
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Rwanda Biomedical Centre Sep 12
Replying to @RBCRwanda
informe toute personne planifiant de voyager en dehors du Rwanda qu'à partir du 14 Septembre 2020, l'examen de COVID-19 doit etre passé non moins de 48 heures avant l'heure prévue de départ. Nous vous remercions de bien vouloir vous conformer aux directives.
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Rwanda Biomedical Centre Sep 12
Replying to @RBCRwanda
informs anyone planning to travel outside Rwanda that starting from September 14th,2020, the test should be taken not less than 48 hours before the scheduled departure time. Thank you for complying to the new guidelines.
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Rwanda Biomedical Centre Sep 12
🛑ITANGAZO - NOTICE - AVIS🛑 iramenyesha abipimisha ko guhera ku wa mbere tariki ya 14 Nzeli 2020, abipimisha mbere yo gukorera ingendo hanze y'u Rwanda basabwa kuza kwipimisha habura amasaha 48 ngo urugendo rutangire. Tubashimiye kubyubahiriza
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Rwanda Biomedical Centre Sep 12
Kuba abatuye mu mudugudu cyangwa agace kamwe baziranye cyangwa birirwana ntibibabuza kwambara agapfukamunwa ngo birinde .
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Rwanda Biomedical Centre Sep 12
Replying to @VivianKayitesi
, infants aged 28 days and above are tested for upon arrival into Rwanda.
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Ministry of Health | Rwanda Sep 11
11.09.20 Amakuru Mashya | Update *Kigali:39 (bapimwe mu bibasiwe kurusha abandi/testing in high risk groups), Kirehe:8, Nyamasheke:3, Rubavu:2, Rusizi:2, Kayonza:1
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Rwanda Biomedical Centre Sep 11
Replying to @RBCRwanda
A press release
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Rwanda Biomedical Centre Sep 11
Replying to @korea_rwanda
The donation was handed over at a ceremony held on September 11, 2020 at the Kigali International Airport between Dr. Emille Mwikarago, the Division Manager of Rwanda’s National Reference Laboratory on behalf of RBC and Mr. Jongyun CHOI, Deputy Chief of Mission of
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Rwanda Biomedical Centre Sep 11
has donated 100,000 KF94 masks worth $100,000 to to support national efforts to tackle .
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Ministry of Health | Rwanda Sep 10
10.09.20 Amakuru Mashya | Update *Kigali:16 (abahuye n’abanduye mu bibasiwe kurusha abandi/contacts of high risk groups), Gisagara:2, Rubavu:1
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Ministry of Health | Rwanda Sep 9
09.09.20 Amakuru Mashya | Update *Kigali:17 (bapimwe mu bibasiwe kurusha abandi/testing in high risk groups), Kirehe:3, Rusizi:1
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Rwanda Biomedical Centre Sep 8
71% of global deaths in 2018 were due to noncommunicable diseases . The four main are cardiovascular diseases, cancers, diabetes and chronic lung diseases. Here are risk factors for them:
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Ministry of Health | Rwanda Sep 7
Minister received 's contribution to 's response efforts. The half-a-ton donation is made of a variety of medical supplies that will help to protect frontline responders in isolation and treatment centers.
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Ministry of Health | Rwanda Sep 6
06.09.20 Amakuru Mashya | Update *Kigali:16 (bapimwe mu bibasiwe kurusha abandi/testing in high risk groups), Rusizi:4, Rubavu:3, Rwamagana:1, Kirehe:1
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Ministry of Health | Rwanda Sep 5
05.09.20 Amakuru Mashya | Update *Kigali:26 (abahuye n’abanduye mu bibasiwe kurusha abandi/contacts of high risk groups), Musanze:8, Rubavu:5, Rusizi:2, Kirehe:2, Karongi:2
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