A number of Chinese-funded enterprises in Rwanda have recently supported Rwanda's fight against the new crown pneumonia epidemic in the form of donations and materials.
Li Jianbo, president of the Rwanda Chinese Enterprise Chamber of Commerce, told Xinhua News Agency reporters on the 22nd that the Rwanda new crown pneumonia epidemic is closely related to Chinese companies and Chinese in Rwanda, and Chinese companies should also participate in it. The 29 units of the Rwanda Chinese Chamber of Commerce will strictly implement all Rwanda's anti-epidemic regulations and make their own contributions within their capabilities. He also called on all overseas Chinese in Rwanda to fight the epidemic together with Rwanda.
The Rwanda Chinese Enterprise Chamber of Commerce donated 10 million Rwandan francs (approximately 80,000 yuan) to the Ministry of Health of Rwanda on the 20th to fight the Rwanda new crown pneumonia epidemic. On the 21st, members of the Chamber of Commerce and construction company Zhongchen Construction donated 96 nucleic acid test reagents to the Ministry of Health of Rwanda. Zhongchen is also preparing the second batch of donated materials for Rwanda, including testing reagents, masks and protective clothing.
Rwanda is located in central Africa and is known as the "country of a thousand hills". The Ministry of Health of the country announced on the 20th that the number of new coronary pneumonia cases in Rwanda has risen to 17. In order to curb the spread of the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the Office of the Prime Minister of Rwanda issued a statement on the 21st that within two weeks from 23:59 that day, the implementation includes border closures, bans on unnecessary movement of residents, compulsory quarantine for returning nationals, home office, closure of shops and Strict control measures such as bars.
The measures that Rwanda has implemented include the suspension of commercial flights and the field office of courts, the closure of educational institutions and primate national parks, and the prohibition of mass gatherings.
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