KIGALI, Rwanda 

Using skills and expertise developed to tackle the 2018 Ebola crises, the landlocked East African country of Rwanda has so far largely managed to stem the spread of coronavirus.

According to the U.S.’ John Hopkins University, the tiny African country with a population of 12.3 million has so far reported 147 cases. Out of those, 80 have recovered.

“No patient has been admitted under intensive care unit and the country has not registered any COVID-19 related death,” according to the Rwandan Health Ministry.

“In Rwanda, the response was swift, effective, and well organized with a clear objective and

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