NAMIBIA has recorded three deaths linked to coronavirus, 230 new infections and 38 recoveries from the virus, health and social services minister Kalumbi Shangula said on Thursday.
Shangula also said 150 people are currently admitted in hospital with Covid-19, with 19 of them under intensive care.
The 230 people with newly confirmed novel coronavirus infections include 78 pupils, 14 employees in the fishing industry, three employees from the mining industry, 11 teachers and 16 healthcare workers.
Namibia’s current coronavirus pandemic figures are:
Namibia has recorded 259 new coronavirus infections, four deaths linked to the virus and 183 recoveries from infection since Saturday, health and social services minister Kalumbi Shangula said on Monday.
Shangula also said 139 people are hospitalised with Covid-19, with 15 of the patients under intensive care.
The 259 people with newly confirmed coronavirus infections include 141 pupils, 11 teachers and three healthcare workers.
Shangula added that the ministry is currently conducting targeted Covid-19 testing in schools for pupils and staff in regions that have a high number of active Covid-19 cases.
Namibia’s current coronavirus pandemic figures are: Confirmed cases: … Read More
NAMIBIA has recorded 240 new novel coronavirus infections, 136 recoveries and no deaths linked to the virus, health minister Kalumbi Shangula said on Thursday.
“Among the confirmed cases are 93 pupils, 52 of whom are from Uukulo Senior Secondary School (SSS) in Omuthiya district, 16 from Onesi Senior Secondary School in Tsandi district and the rest from different schools,” Shangula added.
Of the 1 702 active cases, 104 patients are admitted in hospital with 11 in intensive care.
Confirmed cases: 36 680 Recoveries: 34 576 Active cases: 1 702 Deaths: 394… Read More