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Rwanda shuts down airport as Kenya suspends bus services

Rwanda has suspended all arriving and departing commercial passenger flights effective today March 20 at midnight for at least 30 days.

The last flight will be Turkish Airways at 01:55 March 21 and only cargo & emergency flights will continue to operate to allow the country get the necessary goods and supplies amid the coronavirus outbreak in the country.

Rwanda currently has 11 confirmed coronavirus cases after confirming its first case last week. The ban affects the country's national carrier, RwandAir. Other affected airlines include; KLM, Brussels Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Kenya Airways, Turkish Airlines, Jambojet, Qatar Airways, EgyptAir, among others.

In a related development, Modern Coast bus company has also suspended all services from Kenya to Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda until further notice to avert the spread of the virus in Kenya, where there are seven confirmed cases. 

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0 #1 WADADA rogers 2020-03-20 10:39
At this ate, every country is on its own and may be God for us all
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+1 #2 Lakwena 2020-03-20 12:45
In other words, vanity of vanity! It is the end of time: as all efforts and life become meaningless.

Even those who arrogate themselves to have and/or wield the power of life and death, are now visited by the sense of vulnerability and powerlessness,
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+1 #3 sula 2020-03-21 21:25
National hospitals were left to rot, heath workers are paid lousy salaries!

Because when they get sick or when their children have to deliver babies they are flown out of the country.

Let them now get sick - they should either die which will be good or they go Mulago.
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