As the swine flu continues to hit every continent of the world, the Director of Rwanda Animal Resources Development Authority warns its people to brace for the country's insufficient ability to cope with the occurrence of the Swine Flu.
The Development Authority released its first case of the swine flu in late August. This Rwandan miner was out of the country's mineral-rich South East City. The victim, who wished to remain anonymous was employed by a United States mining firm in one of the country's busiest cities.
However, the director of the Rwanda Resources Development Authority claims that the country is well equipped to deal with the on-going fear of a worldwide outbreak. The Rwandan task force is also training its citizens and health care professionals in being prepared in the event that panic should ensue.