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Chinese Business Community in Namibia Takes Preventive Measures Against COVID-19 Outbreak

The Chinatown merchants association in the Namibian capital Windhoek is posting notices on shuttered storefronts encouraging customers and business owners to stay away from individuals who have returned from China without undergoing the required 14-day quarantine period.

The outbreak in China is having a significant impact on Chinese businesses in places even as far away as Windhoek where in just a single block, 20 out 90 businesses were reportedly closed.

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