More new Covid-19 cases recorded in Walvis Bay

27 June 2020 | Health

Another 15 new Covid-19 positive cases have been registered in Namibia.

The minister of health and social services Kalumbi Shangula announced this and said that all individuals are from Walvis Bay.

He also added that all the latest recorded cases are in satisfactory condition.

This means that there are now 91 Covid-19 positive cases in the Erongo region. These include 86 active cases in Walvis Bay, 4 active cases in Swakopmund and 1 recovery (Case 26).

Case No 122 is a Namibian male (36) with no known contact to a confirmed case. He was tested on the 23 June and had Covid-19 related symptoms. Contact tracing will commence.

Case No 123 is a Namibian male (34) with no known contact to a confirmed case. He was tested on the 23 June and had Covid-19 related symptoms. Contact tracing will commence.

Case No 124 is a Namibian female (25) and is a contact of a confirmed case. She was tested on 23 June and had COVID-19 related symptoms.

Case No 125 is a Namibian female (37) and a contact to a confirmed case. She was tested on 23 June and had Covid-19 related symptoms.

Case No 126 is a Namibian female (39) and had contact with a confirmed case. She was tested on 23 June and had COVID-19 related symptoms.

Case No 127 is a Namibian male (64) who had no known contact with a confirmed case. He was tested on 23 June during an active search and had COVID-19 related symptoms. Contact tracing will commence.

Case No 128 is a Namibian female (40) with no known contact to a confirmed case. She was tested on 23 June, was due to return to Windhoek for medical follow up and did not have Covid-19 related symptoms. Contact tracing will commence.

Case No 129 is a Namibian female (27) and a contact to a confirmed case. She was tested on 23 June and did not have COVID-19 related symptoms.

Case No 130 is a Namibian male (32) and a contact to a confirmed case. He was tested on 23 June and had Covid-19 related symptoms. Contact tracing will commence.

Case No 131 is a Namibian female (54) and a contact to a confirmed case. She was tested on 23 June and had Covid-19 related symptoms.

Case number 132 is a Namibian female (32) with no known contact to a confirmed case. She was tested on 23 June during an active search and had Covid-19 related symptoms. Contact tracing will commence.

Case number 133 is a Namibian female (52) with no known contact to a confirmed case. She was tested on 23 June during an active search and had Covid-19 related symptoms.

Case number 134 is a Namibian female (36) and had contact with a confirmed case. She was tested on 23 June as had Covid-19 related symptoms.

Case number 135 is a Namibian female (32) with no known contact to a confirmed case. She was tested 23 June and had Covid-19 related symptoms. Contact tracing will commence.

Case number 136 is an 8-years old Namibian female with no known contact to a confirmed case. She was tested on the 23 June and was due to travel back to Windhoek for a medical follow up. Contact tracing will commence.

The status of Covid-19 in Namibian:
• Confirmed Cases: 136
• Recoveries: 22
• Active Cases: 114
• Deaths: 0
• Total samples tested 8 428
• Total tested yesterday: 165
• Results: 15 positives
• Active contacts: 126
• Total quarantined: 3 754
• Total discharged: 2 892
• Total in quarantine: 862

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