Former Health and Social Services Minister

Haufiku criticises Angola travel ban, saying patients need treatment

Eba Kandovazu ANGOLA’s decision to ban Namibia amidst the new COVID-19 variant, Omicron, has largely been criticised, with some saying it is not a patriotic move as Southern African Development Community(SADC) countries are still challenging the European Union (EU) red list, calling it a rushed and discriminatory approach. Former Health and Social Services Minister, Bernardt Haufiku, says Angola’s decision was irrational as her southern parts depend largely on Namibia for medical care. “Just three days ago I had to write letters. Even now I’m sitting in my office with a message from a patient in Luanda, crying that his medicine…
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