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During a State House briefing, Namibian President Hage Geingob announced that the current state of emergency will remain in force in all regions until 17 September and said the government is increasing testing capacity and increasing hospital-based isolation. “Namibians should continue to be vigilant to drop rate of infections,” he said.

State House briefing on Covid-19 with journalists participating online.

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