Namibia has recorded four new positive cases of Covid-19, health minister Kalumbi Shangula said this morning. All four are imported cases and each of them are quarantined in Windhoek. This brings the country’s total positive cases to 76.
Case number 73, 74 and 75 are Indian nationals who travelled to Namibia on 17 June.
Shangula said the three women travelled from India through South Africa.
Furthermore, the three showed no symptoms of the virus but were placed in quarantine, as per protocol, Shangula said.
All three are in satisfactory condition.
Case number 76 is a Namibian man who travelled from South Africa on 29 May and was placed in quarantine in Windhoek.
He is said to have had Covid-19 related symptoms which resolved, and upon initial testing, his result came out negative.
He was reswabbed on 21 June, and that result came out positive.