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The President has already expressed that the most dangerous variant (Delta) of the Covid-19 virus is in Namibia, ahead of an anticipated announcement by scientists currently carrying out genome sequencing at the University of Namibia laboratory.
According to Scientific America, this more transmissible form of the novel coronavirus has spread to at least 77 countries and regions and now makes up more than 20 percent of all U.S. cases.
“Studies to date suggest the Delta variant is between 40 and 60 percent more transmissible than the Alpha variant first identified in the U.K.—which was already 50 percent more transmissible than the original viral strain first detected in Wuhan, China,” says the journal.
Meanwhile, Geingob has said investments are being intensified to strengthen the Health Sector across the country, to respond to the rising demand for beds and medical care for those who need it most.
“At this point, I express sincere gratitude to the Private Sector who have pledged a total of 38,9 million Namibian Dollars in cash and more in-kind donations, towards the national response against COVID-19.”
“I acknowledge contributions from the GIPF, Public Enterprises Forum, Namibia Breweries, Capricorn Group Namibia, Olthaver & List, Barloworld, NamDeb, First Rand Group DeBeers Marine, First National Bank of Namibia, Hollard, Pupkewitz Foundation, Old Mutual, Standard Bank and Recon Africa, to mention but a few.”
“I thank every corporate and private citizen who has made a
contribution towards our collective war against this threat to life and wellbeing. Let us continue to hold hands, to emerge victorious.”

Julia Heita

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