The Namibian Police Force said the non-compliance with curfew regulations is still a challenge as some members of the public continue to move randomly within the set curfew time, among other violations. Nampa reports that the regulation limits movement of people between 5am and 8pm as part of Stage three of the State of Emergency and was introduced in the Erongo and Khomas regions at midnight on 12 August 2020 in order to suppress and stop further spread of COVID-19. It will be effective until midnight on 28 August 2020. NamPol spokesperson Deputy Commissioner Kauna Shikwambi in a statement issued on Monday said other challenges the security cluster is facing is shebeens that continue to operate behind closed doors beyond the stipulated time.
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