The tourism sector yesterday welcomed the Centres for Disease Control’s (CDC) decision to downgrade Namibia from Level 4 or “Very High Level of Covid-19” to Level 3 or a “High Level of Covid-19”.
Although the country remains on the CDC’s radar of nations with a high prevalence of the pandemic, tourism operators commended the move as a step in the right direction. “We are delighted by the news and the tourism industry is looking forward to receiving more visitors. The world is now unlocking more and more, specifically our biggest market of Europe – and the United States, our second biggest international market,” tourism minister Pohamba Shifeta told New Era.
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