Windhoek – Namibian President Hage Geingob and First Lady Monica Geingos have been cleared of COVID-19, an official said Wednesday evening.
In a statement, Presidential Press Secretary Dr Alfredo Hengari said the couple’s latest test results returned negative, but they would remain in isolation until full recovery.
“Measures taken to put the first couple on a path to recovery have been successful with both testing negative for the viral disease,” he said.
President Geingob and his wife tested positive for COVID-19 last week and were reported to be experiencing mild symptoms.
Namibia has so far registered 55,812 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 854 related deaths, according to data by Johns Hopkins University. – Xinhua