Namibia Exits State of Emergency

Windhoek — THE government has decided not to extend the state of emergency which was implemented six months ago to curb the impact of the novel coronavirus.

The state of emergency lapsed last night.

President Hage Geingob yesterday said to manage the pandemic under the Covid-19 state of emergency, the Cabinet adopted five levels of restriction, ranging from a full lockdown of social and economic activities under stage 1, to more moderate and gradually relaxed precautionary measures under stages…

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