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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 Presiden…

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