Namibia recorded a total of 33 696 COVID-19 cases by 28 January 2021, representing one per cent of the population, the World Health Organisation (WHO) in Namibia has indicated. In a report issued on Monday, WHO said more male cases of 17 006 were recorded compared to the female cases of 16 690. Meanwhile to date, 1 606 health workers have tested positive for COVID-19 representing five per cent of the total cases. The Namibia Press Agency (Nampa) reports that the the international health agency said that “Mechanisms are underway on how to roll out the COVID-19 vaccine nationwide once it is made available”.