THE Ongwediva Town Council (OTC) has resumed with operation at the town’s Trade Fair Centre after all COVID-19 related activities were moved to Oshakati State Hospital.
In March, the council availed the facilities to be used as a temporary hospital and isolation centre for people who might test positive for COVID-19 in the region.
Due to the space availability at the centre, provision was made for the members of the task force to meet at the facility because it carters for everyone and was at the centre of the town.
Town spokesperson Jackson Muma, said that as of the beginning of November the Centre has opened to its door to door events with regulations pertaining to the prevention of COVID-19 have to be adhered to.
“Anyone who wishes to utilize the Centre is now free to make a booking,” said Muma.
According to him, the Centre was availed to be used as a temporary facility for COVID-19 and related activities. However, due to the fact that COVID-19 cases were minimal in the region at the time only the taskforce mad used of the conference hall for meetings.
In order to revive the Centre, Muma stated that a new exciting exhibition program is lined up.
“A garage sale is planned for 21 November which is opened for the public and registration is N$ 50,” said Muma.