Namibia and Angolan governments on Tuesday officially reopened the Sarasungu border post at Rundu. The opening of the border comes after three bilateral meetings between the two countries, where they agreed to reopen the borders to enable the movement of people and goods to enhance the citizens’ socio-economic status. Speaking during the official opening of the Sarasungu border, Governor of the Kavango East Region Bonifatius Wakudumo said the borders were closed in 2020 as a measure of controlling the COVID-19 pandemic. “To enter Namibia or Angola, visitors must present a negative PCR test and a vaccination card with two doses,” he said.
He said those with one dose will be subjected to a seven-day quarantine at own cost.