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Namibia begins to open up, while other countries feel the effects of COVID-19

On May 29, Namibia announced that it would further ease coronavirus-related restrictions beginning June 2. The move from level two to level three of its four-level lockdown system will permit schools to resume face-to-face classes, restaurants to receive sit-down customers, and gatherings of up to 50 people to take place. Of Africa’s nearly 130,000 confirmed cases, Namibia has just 22 of them. The country’s swift response, which has resulted in zero deaths to date, has garnered international praise. On…

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