6 die after 37 of 40 people on Namibia bus tour test positive for COVID-19

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Six elderly tourists died from Covid-19 after 37 out of 40 travellers on a bus trip in Namibia tested positive for the coronavirus, reports Netwerk24.

The party left South Africa on 10 May and every tourist had to present a letter certifying that they had tested negative. Four later died in Windhoek, while two died after their return to South Africa. One of the deceased is Danie Blom, owner of Savanna Tours, the company that arranged the trip.


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