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Namibian Ambassador to France Albertus Aochamub, who earlier tested positive for coronavirus, says he is making great progress and responding well to treatment. Taking a cue from his peers who have taken tests for Covid-19, President Hage Geingob said he is in the hands of the doctors and conducting tests when asked if he has taken a test for the virus. Thirty-four suspects got fines of between N$2 000 and N$4 000 from the police for selling alcohol after a state of emergency was declared which prohibits the sale of liquor during this period. Health advisor in the Office of the President Dr Bernhard Haufiku said in light of the Covid-19 crisis, Namibia should not forget Hepatitis E, which infects millions of people. Several large families in the informal settlement said practising social distancing is not possible to enforce in some poor houses occupied by several people. Wokusika ko 34 vagazarerwa kavavapere matengeko gokusika ko pokatji ko N$2000 no N$4000 kutundilira kovaporosi morwa kurandesa marovhu posiruwo esi sina karako somunkama sina silike kurandesa yikorwesa posiruwo esi. Namibian ambassador to France, Albertus Aochamub has recovered from Covid-19 and has been discharged from hospital in France. Informal business owners, whose businesses had to shut down due to lockdown measures, have welcomed the emergency income grant of N$750, which will support households to cope with their reduced income and other economic hardships resultant from the Covid-19 outbreak. Country director of Namibia sex workers alliance Rachel Love Gawases said although the Covid-19 lockdown impedes their finances, it is essential Namibian sex workers look at this with a critical eye and understand the lockdown from a holistic manner, rather than from a monetary perspective. WINDOKO – Baluwi balipisinisinya bao lipisinisi zabona neli kwalilwe bakeñisa milao yanako yakukwala, baitumezi kwatuwelo yaputako yelikana N$750, yekatusa batu babatalimani nibutata bwa lituwelo zekeuzwi bakeñisa kuzuha kwa kakokwani ka Corona. WINDOKO – Babanyazwa bamashumi amalalu kababane nebakile balifiswa masheleñi amwahala N$2000 ni N$4000 ki mapokola kabaka la kulekisa bucwala kasamulaho akupatalazwa kwa nako yaputako yanaha, ili yene hanisize tekiso yabucwala mwanako yeo. About 246 people without shelter from Khomas region were temporarily relocated to makeshift accommodation at Katutura Youth Complex and Khomasdal Soccer Stadium during the duration of the entire lockdown affecting Khomas and the Erongo regions.