– Namibia: National Parks are open to visitors!

Namibia’s Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism (MET) has confirmed that the country’s National Parks are open for business for people who still want to visit despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the presidential directive to all government workers and the private sector to temporarily operate from home. According to MET spokesperson, Romeo Muyunda, employees of the Ministry in the National Parks “are following all the measures that were put in place by the state – no gatherings of more than 10 people – in addition to all the other activities that were discouraged and other preventative measures“. [src.]
The Park Rangers in Namibia’s National Parks are listed under “critical services” by the Government and are therefore continuing to fulfill their duties as usual, while MET office staff are attending to work from home.

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