The Namibian Airports Company (NAM) has closed its Head Office in Windhoek after possible Covid19 exposure. This comes after Namibia had been placed on Phase 1 of the lockdown as prescribed by the State of Emergency in March 2020.
In a statement the NAM said “this decision comes after careful consideration of a possible risk of exposure as one of our employees that works at Head Office resides at 77 on Independence that was reported as one of the places Covid19 case 33 visited”.
NAM has urged its stakeholders to make use of digital communication tool to keep in touch with them and that all normal services will rendered.
Meanwhile Air Namibia (SW) has also issued a statement to the same effect and have closed their offices on the same reasons. The airline said in a statement “Air Namibia wishes to inform passengers and stakeholders that our Head Office is temporarily closed….. This decision comes after a possible Covid-19 exposure to one of Air Namibia employees”.
Air Namibia further advised that all domestic flights will operate as scheduled. Both organisations will reopen their Head Offices on the 5th and 6th of July respectively after a 14 day period has lapsed.
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