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

COVID-19 STATUS UPDATE IN ZIMBABWE

Aquatic activities have resumed in Zimbabwe under strict condtions for training purposes only. Regarding travel, inter-provincial travel is not allowed and no persons are allowed to travel outside of the country. Currently no foreign vistors are allowed to enter the country.   Read More

COVID-19 STATUS UPDATE IN GHANA

Aquatic activities have resumed in Ghana, under conditions of adhering to all safety protocol including social distancing, as well as availability of Veronica buckets to wash hands, hand sanitizers and infrared thermometers. Gathering should not be more than 100people. We have resumed training under Covid-19 regulations but have not yet resumed any aquatic competitons. Regarding travel, inter-provincial travel is allowed but no persons are allowed to travel outside of the country. Currently no foreign vistors are allowed to enter the count... Read More

COVID-19 STATUS UPDATE IN SIERRA LEONE

Aquatic activities are currently not allowed to resume in Sierra Leone. Currently there is a government ban on all sporting activities. We will resume as soon as our government lifts up the ban on sporting activities. Regarding travel, inter-provincial travel is allowed but no persons are allowed to travel outside of the country. Currently no foreign vistors are allowed to enter the country. Read More

COVID-19 STATUS UPDATE IN UGANDA

Aquatic activities have not yet been allowed to start in Uganda. The conditions for restarting are first and foremost confirmation that the COVID-19 situation in Uganda is fully under control and poses no real threat to public health and safety. Secondly putting in place comprehensive get-back-to-sport standard operation procedures that ensure observance of safety standards for athletes, coaches and the general public. It is not ascertainable when the Government will lift the lockdown, but we think in September or October 2020, we mig... Read More