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Speaking during the latest Covid-19 briefing at State House, Namibian President Hage Geingob said he has observed “with great concern that Namibians are not following the Covid-19 regulations,” the New Era Newspaper reported in a Tweet. “He urged those traveling for the festive holidays to always extra precautions and continue to observe social distance, sanitise hands and wear masks.” He announced a limitation of 200 people maximum at public gatherings urged that all such gatherings to be hosted outdoors. He said the full economic impact of Covid-19 has yet to be determined

Presidential Covid-19 Briefing in Namibia

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