Namibia announces travel ban, partial lockdown after seventh coronavirus case
WINDHOEK Health Minister Kalumbi Shangula released on Tuesday that journey into Namibia from all of countries will be banned with immediate influence for a period connected with 30 days following your Southwest African country saved its seventh confirmed circumstance of coronavirus.
Namibians together with permanent locals of the state are also banned from making, and if they return from abroad they have to go into obligatory supervised division for 2 weeks at their cost.
Those occupants will only be allowed to return to the country in case their mission is crucial to country wide interest, for example the safety and security regarding Namibia, typically the minister added in.
The government, however , additional the movement of materials, goods, goods and companies into Namibia from testing neighboring nations will not be disturbed.
The government also announced a incomplete lockdown from the Khomas region, which houses the capital Windhoek and the Erongo region, residence to the slot town connected with Walvis Bay. The part lockdown will start from night March 27 until night April 16.
The latest three coronavirus cases released on Tuesday involve a Namibian males studying at Wits University around South Africa, who has been tested at this time there but only got their results immediately after returning to Namibia.
President Hage Geingob informed journalists how the extraordinary measures have been implemented with the exclusive purpose of safeguarding the health, security and safety of the Namibian people.
“During this difficult period, I call on all Namibians to cooperate with the authorities and to remain calm, in order to ensure that public order is not compromised. Allow the authorities to work unhindered, ” the leader said.
Government workers and state-owned entity workers have been advised to work from house in the next two weeks and all night clubs and township pubs must close on 18. 00 daily, the health minister claimed as part of safeguards against coronavirus.
Parliament has also been suspended regarding 21 days starting Wednesday to Thursday April 14.
The Namibian Police announced previously they have ready to implement rules leading the public to stay at home and get away from public gatherings.