Three new Covid-19 cases recorded
Covid-19 cases stand at 105
26 June 2020 | Health
The minister of health and social services, Dr Kalumbi Shangula announced one new recovery and three new Covid-19 cases toady.
The minister explained that Case 31 has recovered fully and was discharged from a health facility.
Case 103 is a Namibian female (15) who travelled from India by flight via the OR Tambo International airport in South Africa. She arrived in Namibia in 25 May and has been in quarantine since then. She was tested on 6 June 2020 and her results returned negative on 7 June 2020. Her quarantine period was extended after she came in contact with someone who tested positive for Covid-19 and was in the same quarantine facility. She was then re-tested on 22 June 2020 and her result came back on 25 June 2020 as positive. She does not have Covid-19 related symptoms.
Case 104 is a Namibian man (40) from Walvis Bay who is a contact of a confirmed case. He was tested on 22 June and did not have any Covid-19 symptoms. He is in a satisfactory condition.
Case 105 is a Namibian male (43) from Walvis Bay who is a contact of a confirmed case. He was tested on 22 June, had no Covid-19 related symptoms and is in a satisfactory condition.
The status of Covid-19 in Namibian:
Confirmed cases: 105
Active cases: 83
Total samples tested: 8 105
Total samples tested yesterday: 91
Results: 3 positives
Active contacts: 307
Total quarantined: 3 713
Total discharged: 2 880
Total in quarantine: 833