Health Minister refutes claims of less Covid-19 infections during the heat season

[Windhoek Observer - Namibia] - 25/11/2021
Minister of Health and Social Services (MoHSS), Dr Kalumbi Shangula, says the myth that has been “running around” that Covid-19 goes away during the hot season, is not accurate and true, maintaining that the intensity of transmission is driven by human behaviour and (...)
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