Three Rwandans who work in a butchery in the United States, South Dakota State, have tested positive for COVID 19 virus among several other employees of this butchery also tested positive for this virus, a reliable Rwandan source confirmed to Voice of America.
Kizito Rutikanga, a Rwandan living in South Dakota told VOA that the butchery employs over 3,000 people, a big number of them are foreigners from African Countries namely Rwanda, Eritrea, South Soudan, Ethiopia, Congo, Liberia, etc…
The Source told VOA radio that at least Four Rwandans work at the butchery.
Good news is that among three Rwandans who tested positive, two of them have recovered, the same source revealed.
When COVID 19 virus attacked the butchery, Kizito Rutikanga was at the vacation and probably is not contaminated.
However, he said that he has an appointment this week to meet doctors for medical check-up.
Up today, Dakota State has not announced restrictive measures as the virus continue to spread.
The US recorded its highest number of coronavirus deaths in a single day, with nearly 2,300 new fatalities pushing the cumulative total above 25,000. Over the past 24 hours, a further 2,299 people died, according to the latest data from the Covid Tracking Project, taking the total to 25,668.