Health

Pay up first, council tells ministry

1 week ago - 25 February 2021 | Health

Swakopmund • [email protected] Given the second wave of the coronavirus that hit Namibia, the Ministry of Health asked for additional accommodation in Swakopmund for quarantine purposes.“In the region, especially in the Swakopmund district,...

Namibia working towards acquiring vaccine

1 week ago - 25 February 2021 | Health

Walvis Bay The minister of health and social services, Dr Kalumbi Shangula, said that Namibia is hard at work to ensure that sufficient doses of the Covid-19 vaccine are secured and acquired....

BoN donates equipment to health directorate

3 weeks ago - 09 February 2021 | Health

Swakopmund • [email protected] The Bank of Namibia (BoN) made a donation of medical equipment valued at N$1 million to the health ministry’s health directorate at the office of the governor recently.The equipment will...

All eyes on Covid-19 vaccine

1 month - 04 February 2021 | Health

Walvis Bay All eyes are now on government for the Covid-19 vaccine. Health minister Kalumbi Shangula said that Namibia has made progress with efforts to acquire suitable Covid-19 vaccines. “Namibia has made a...

Entstof kom teen middel Maart

1 month - 02 February 2021 | Health

Windhoek ∙ [email protected] Namibië kan moontlik teen middel-Maart sy entstowwe teen Covid-19 verwag.Dr. Ismael Katjitae het tydens 'n bespreking oor die land se gereedheid vir die uitrol van die entstowwe gesê dit word...

Die kaf van die koring

1 month - 24 January 2021 | Health

Windhoek ∙ [email protected] “Die entstof plaas ’n mikroskyfie in jou lyf en Bill Gates gaan jou en jou doen en late met ’n valkoog...

Henties munisipale werker toets positief vir Covid

1 month - 24 January 2021 | Health

Hentiesbaai • [email protected] Die munisipaliteit van Hentiesbaai is op 22 Januarie gesluit na ‘n personeellid positief getoets het vir Covid-19. Volgens Elizabeth Coetzee, die...

Convenient and cost-effective HIV care

1 month - 22 January 2021 | Health

January is often a time when people review their budgets, both personally and professionally. For government bodies, the financial year is drawing to a close,...

Hoe pandemies eindig

1 month - 21 January 2021 | Health

Swakopmund • [email protected] Ná die rampspoedige jaar is die geduld vir ’n pandemie maar min en die mensdom is meer as gereed om hierdie...

Shake a can for hope

1 month - 21 January 2021 | Health

Swakopmund • [email protected] A Shake a Can for World Cancer event will be held in Swakopmund on 5 February, the Cancer Association of Namibia’s...

CAN screening to save lives

1 month - 21 January 2021 | Health

The Cancer Association of Namibia (CAN) welcomes their outreach program to the Erongo region this week. “Breast and cervical cancer are the main types of...

State hospitals in a ‘sorry state’

1 month - 20 January 2021 | Health

Swakopmund • Erwin LeuschnerThree regional council members of the IPC in the Erongo region are dismayed by the “state of decline” of the two state...

Health

Covid-19 regulations amended slightly

1 month - 13 January 2021 | Health

The measures announced on 23 December 2020 to control and prevent Covid-19 lapse at midnight tonight, with health minister Dr Kalumbi Shangula saying earlier today that the...

CAN clinical services resume

1 month - 07 January 2021 | Health

The Cancer Association of Namibia (CAN) announced that it will resume clinical services.“We cannot allow another year of Covid-19 to keep us from our mission...

Your trusted healthcare partner

2 months ago - 26 December 2020 | Health

Welwitschia Hospital prides itself on the fact that they provide the best medical care in the Erongo region. The private hospital aims to ensure...

Shangula waarsku oor strenger maatreëls

2 months ago - 22 December 2020 | Health

Windhoek ∙ [email protected] “Ons werk nou al maande in die eerste linie sonder rus en is die hele tyd blootgestel. Die publiek moet nou...

1m Covid vaccine doses coming...

2 months ago - 17 December 2020 | Health

Windhoek ∙ [email protected] is likely to be one of the first recipients of the Covid-19 vaccine, which is expected to reach our shores early next...

Covid claims Swakopmunder’s life

2 months ago - 10 December 2020 | Health

A 26-year-old woman from Swakopmund has passed away due to Covid-19, health minister Kalumbi Shangula. The deceased is known to have suffered from co-morbidities. In...

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