COVID-19 STATUS UPDATE IN RWANDA

Aquatic activities are not currently permitted in Rwanda. Residents of Rwanda are still awaiting government resolutions scheduled 1st august 2020. The conditions to restart are to present the measures and guidelines to be followed when resuming aquatic activities. “Such guidelines have been presented to the Ministry of sports and we are still waiting for their feedback.” Rwanda is expected to resume aquatic activities in September 2020. Upon opening the country up again, Rwanda anticipate that they will start by training and co... Read More

COVID-19 STATUS UPDATE IN CAMEROON

Aquatic activities have not been stopped in Cameroon but there have been government restrictions which prohibit the gathering of more than 50 people. Cameroon residents are simply respecting the barriers and restrictions set by their country. Regarding current training and competitions , cameroon has halted training and competitions  to allow swimmers to better prepare for their exams which take place this July and August 2020. Cameroon will resume training in September and competitions will resume in the month of October. Regarding travel... Read More

COVID-19 STATUS UPDATE IN SEYCHELLES

Aquatic activities have resumed in the Seychelles as per conditions set by the National Sport Council and Ministry of Health Seychelles. The sports venue opened on June 1st and our next competition on the SSA calendar is in November 2020. Regarding travel, National Sports Council has banned all International meets for the year 2020. However residents are allowed to travel to the inner/outer Islands. Although National Sports Council has banned all International meets for the year 2020. However athletes and officials are allowed to travel at thei... Read More

COVID-19 STATUS UPDATE IN MOROCCA

Concerning aquatic activities, to date no aquatic activity has been authorized. Unofficial information speaks of resuming aquatic activities September 2020 (except for national teams during the month of August 2020). Morocco is not currently able to resume aquatic training and competitions. Regarding travel, inter-provincial travel is allowed under certain conditions only. Travel outside of the country is not allowed until  August 31, 2020.Visitors from outside the country will only be allowed entry into Morocco from  August 31, 2020 ... Read More

COVID-19 STATUS UPDATE IN NAMIBIA

The initial lockdown regulations were amended in May and the country entered Stage 2 phase of the Covid-19 State of Emergency. Swimming activities resumed in Namibia from the 11th May 2020, albeit on a severely restricted basis. At this time, only three out of seven NASU registered clubs were able to became operational. The number of athletes/training hours were lessened and strict health and safety regulations were adhered to in order to minimize risk of infection. The coastal town of Swakopmund suffered a temporary setback due to a large numb... Read More