NAMIBIANS will be able to resume economic activities after the country adopted a staged and gradual lifting of lockdown measures over the next three months.
As from 5 May, Namibia will enter stage two, which will see the lifting of hard lockdown measures to enable Namibians to travel between towns and regions again.
The trade of alcohol will, however, remain prohibited.
Namibians will also be able to go out in public on condition that they wear face masks and other personal protective equipment.
President Hage Geingob, during a briefing at State house this afternoon, introduced the new staged lifting of lockdown measures and said that the State of Emergency will remain in place until September and may well be extended if the situation caused by the COVID-19 dictates.
Namibia currently has 8 active cases after 8 recoveries and 0 deaths were recorded.