NAC locks down its head office

NAC locks down its head office
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The Namibia Airports Company (NAC ) on Friday announced a 14-day lockdown of their head office.
The lockdown is from 22 June until 6 July.
The decision was made to avoid the possible risk of exposure, as one of the company's employees, who works at head office, resides at 77 on Independence that was reported as one of the places Case 33 visited.
NAC chief executive officer Bisey Uirab, in a statement, asked stakeholders to interact via email and other available means of communication as the company will continue to render service.
Case 33 is a 35-year-old Namibian resident with South African citizenship who reportedly crossed the border on 12 June. He tested positive for COVID-19 and was taken into quarantine.