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Rwandan police killed two individuals defying lockdown orders for the coronavirus



The Rwandan Police shot two people and killed them in violation of government-imposed lockdown orders to stop coronavirus spread.

In their 20s, both of those “tried to confront police.” Speaker John Bosco Kabera of the Rwandan National Police said on the telephone on Wednesday, says Bloomberg.

On 22 March Rwanda began a two-week lockout to limit journeys between towns and cities and to demand that people stay at home. The practice is one of Africa’s most stringent.

There are 40 confirmed Covid 19 cases in the East African region.

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