NQA Workplace Preparedness for Stage 2: State of Emergency
07 May 2020

On Thursday, 30 April 2020 His Excellency President Hage Geingob announced the measures to be implemented under Stage 2 of the State of Emergency on account of COVID-19 in Namibia. 


Following the President’s announcement, the NQA hereby informs all stakeholders that its office has re-opened and resumed all business activities.  The containment of the spread of COVID-19 as well as the safety and wellbeing of our employees remains a priority for the NQA. The following measures have been in place to enforce a safe and healthy environment for our employees and clients. 


  • All persons entering the NQA House are required to wear a facemask, disinfect their hands with sanitiser and will be subjected to temperature screening. Alcohol-based hand sanitisers will be provided.  
  • In order to observe the social distancing protocols as directed by the Government, only eight (8) clients will be allowed to enter the building at a time. 
  • Social distancing of at least 1.5 meters between persons will be enforced in order to prevent the potential spread of the coronavirus.
  • For contact tracing purposes, all persons visiting the NQA House must provide their full name and contact details.  


The NQA undertakes to maintain a healthy, hygienic and safe environment for our employees and stakeholders. In this regard, surfaces and objects such as door handles, stair rails, desks and telephones will be wiped with disinfectant on a regular basis.  Additionally, all employees have been provided with face masks, alcohol-based hand sanitisers and seating has been re-arranged to observe social distancing protocols, amongst others.