The country has recorded 73 new confirmed Covid-19 cases. All of them are Namibians, with one from Windhoek and the rest from Walvis Bay.
This was announced by health minister Kalumbi Shangula this morning.
The confirmed case from Windhoek is a 44-year-old man who has a history of travelling from Walvis Bay. He has been in quarantine since 27 June.
The minister said 37 of the confirmed cases are female while 36 are male. The youngest is five years old and the oldest is 55 years old.
Shangula added that they are all in stable condition and contact tracing is ongoing.
This means that Namibia now has 485 confirmed Covid-19 cases, 25 recoveries and no deaths.
Total samples tested are 11 299, 1 164 active contacts and 876 people in quarantine facility.