EXPERTS RWANDA Rwanda to reopen all land borders on March 7 1 year ago Szarlot Post Views: 428 Rwanda will reopen all its land borders on March 7 as one of several measures reviewed by the government to contain the spread of COVID-19. However, people wishing to enter the country may be subject to random COVID-19 testing by the Ministry of Health upon entry, while Rwandans wishing to leave the country must be vaccinated. Rwanda’s border with Tanzania had been closed due to COVID-19 protocols while its border with Burundi had also been closed since relations deteriorated in 2015. The land border with Uganda, closed in February 2019,reopened following a visit to Kigali by Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni’s son, General Muhoozi Kainerugaba, in January during which he and Rwandan President Paul Kagame pledged to restore ties. The government also announced that the nighttime curfew had been lifted but night clubs, bars, betting halls, receptions and live band performances are to close by 2:00 a.m. (local time). This is the first time since the outbreak of COVID-19 that the government of Rwanda has allowed the 24-hour movement of people across the country. Passengers arriving at Kigali International Airport must provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken 72 hours before their departure. Social gatherings, worship services, physical conferences and meetings are allowed to operate at full venue capacity and all attendants must be fully vaccinated. Bars and restaurants are also allowed to operate at full capacity and patrons must be fully vaccinated. All sports activities are allowed and fans are permitted to attend events provided they are fully vaccinated. Rwanda has vaccinated 60 percent of its population as of March 4, according to the Ministry of Health. Source: africa.cgtn.com About Post Author Szarlot I am a fan of casino games especially roulette and blackjack. After that I analyze current events in the gambling industry. See author's posts SzarlotI am a fan of casino games especially roulette and blackjack. After that I analyze current events in the gambling industry. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Tags: betting, border, Rwanda, Uganda Continue Reading Previous Kenya restricts gambling to 5 star hotelsNext CasinoBeats Summit 2022 set to get the igaming industry talking More Stories EXPERTS WORLD NEWS Record 2022 numbers for Playtech 1 day ago Iwo Bulski BETTING EXPERTS Is Long-Term Betting a Smart Investment Strategy? 2 days ago Szarlot EXPERTS GHANA Casino Industry in Ghana Compared to South Africa 3 days ago Szarlot EXPERTS KENYA The Future of Online Lotto Payments: Cryptocurrencies and Digital Wallets 4 days ago Szarlot EXPERTS SOUTH AFRICA Operators Betting Big On Africa’s Booming iGaming Industry 5 days ago Iwo Bulski EXPERTS KENYA The Normalisation of Mobile Money in Sub-Saharan Africa 5 days ago Szarlot EXPERTS NIGERIA How workers, agents impact on gaming industry 1 week ago Szarlot EXPERTS NIGERIA How investing in Africa became the new trend 1 week ago Szarlot EXPERTS ZIMBABWE Goverment deploys technology to monitor gaming activities 1 week ago Samuel EXPERTS SOUTH AFRICA Three weeks until Big Africa Summit 2023 2 weeks ago Iwo Bulski EXPERTS SOUTH AFRICA Gambling sector is taking no chances with its future 2 weeks ago Samuel EXPERTS SOUTH AFRICA South Africa losing out on billions in online gambling taxes 2 weeks ago Szarlot Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.