The Government of Namibia has announced that parts of the country will go into lockdown from midnight 27 March 2020 until midnight 16 April 2020 as a measure to stem the spread of the coronavirus. These parts include the Khomas region (including Windhoek), the Erongo region (including Swakopmund and Walvis Bay) as well as the towns of Okahandja and Rehoboth. Under the lockdown, people will not be allowed to leave their homes except for visits to pharmacies, food supply stores, courts, banks, for medical reasons and for physical exercise in groups of not more than three persons. All shops and businesses will get closed except those classified as essential or critical services.
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