Namibian Minister of Health and Social Services Kalumbi Shangula on Thursday said people visiting Namibia will no longer be required to produce a vaccination certificate or a negative PCR test result at the ports of entry.
Shangula said in a statement that the current epidemiological situation no longer supports the retention of this requirement.
“Consequently, the entry requirement into Namibia by foreign travelers of vaccination license and a negative PCR test result has been scrapped,” he said.
The ministry last month decided to cease daily updates on COVID-19 and replaced them with weekly reports on Thursdays.
Shangula added that the weekly COVID-19 updates will be discontinued immediately, given that COVID-19 cases have exponentially decreased. Source: Xinhua