Rwanda has confirmed four more cases of coronavirus that bring the total number to five.
This after the Ministry of Health confirmed that one Ugandan and three Rwandese tested positive of the virus.
Two of the three Rwandese are brothers with one who had traveled from South Sudan to Rwanda and the other one who had traveled from Fiji through the U.S.
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The other one was identified as a local man who had not traveled before but had the virus.
The 22-year old man from Uganda is said to have traded from London to Rwanda on March 5th.
Following the revelations, all flights to India have been canceled until further notice as the government fights to contain the virus.
This is after the first case was from an Indian who had traveled to the country from Mumbai.
He is said to have taken himself in for a check-up but had no symptoms.