The Motor Vehicle Accident Fund reported a heavy traffic flow of over 900 vehicles per hour on the B2 road between Swakopmund and Usakos by midday on Sunday. The Namibia Press Agency reports that the MVA Fund’s Senior Manager of Accident and Injury Prevention, Sidney Boois said there was heavy outbound traffic from Swakopmund towards Usakos from 11h00, when about 500 vehicles per hour were recorded. MVA Fund Chief Executive Officer, Rosalia Martins-Hausiku also cautioned holidaymakers to plan their travels well in advance national roads were expected to be congested due to the national curfew in place from 21h00.