Video: Rwandans Wash Hands Before Joining Buses To Fight Coronavirus

Passengers can be seen washing their hands before joining buses

Rwandans are always celebrated for doing unique things for the good of their society.

Some of these things are difficult for many well resourceful countries in Africa and beyond to do.

Since the outbreak of the deadly Coronavirus globally, Rwanda is devising ways of preventing the risk of spread.

Officials are taking precautions to remain vigilant in the fight against coronavirus by mounting handwashing outlets at bus terminals for passengers to wash their hands.

In Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, passengers can be seen washing their hands under running water into movable sinks before joining buses.

Rwanda is yet to record any case of coronavirus but the country is hopeful such a handwashing attitude could prevent the risk of an outbreak.

Watch the video below:

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