The coronavirus pandemic has affected each and every country in this world.
However, this virus surfaced at a time when the use of technology to collect and analyze data is at advanced levels many have never seen before.
In analyzing the data from Rwanda, one of the notable interpretation of the information is how more men are getting infected as compared to women.
Data from the Rwanda Biomedical Centre (RBC) the organisation at the forefront of fighting the pandemic, shows that nearly 70 per cent of active infections in Rwanda are men.
As of August 24, Rwanda had recorded 3,089 active Covid-19 cases, of which 2,124 (68.76 per cent) infections were from men while 965 infections were from women.
To understand the reason behind the high infection rates among men, The New Times reached out to various experts.
Dr Sabin Nsanzimana, the Director-General at RBC attributed the gender disparity in