STRINGENT rules to stay at home during the State of Emergency in order to curb the spread of the coronavirus saw a large part of the Namibian Nation confine themselves to their homes. Bustling neighbourhoods came to virtual standstill as shebeens, kapana vendors and kiosks were shut down while churches were requested to keep from congregating during the 21-day period. Instead parents kept their children at home and people huddled together where a house is shared with others.
Are you adhering to the rules of the State of Emergency? Please share your experience of the lockdown situation in your home or neighbourhood while staying safe.