The National Museum of Namibia has announced that all museums under its direct management have been re-opened, subject to eased COVID-19 preventive measures and a cap on number of visitors.
Lydia Nghilundilua, curator at the National Museum of Namibia, this Friday confirmed that the Independence Memorial Museum and Museum ACRE are now open. The Owela Museum remains closed due to ongoing renovations.
“As the state of emergency continues with eased measures, COVID-19 regulations will be observed at the museums, therefore sanitizing of hands, temperature screening, social distancing, and the wearing of masks is mandatory,” she said.
Admission is limited to 10 people at a time, Nghilundilua said.