Namibia's President, Dr. Hage G. Geingob, announced on the occasion of the 34th Covid-19 briefing on the national response measures on 14 September 2021 that the current Covid-19 public health measures have been reviewed and the following regulations will come into force for a period of 30 days from 16 September 2021 until midnight, 15 October 2021.:
- Public gatherings as defined in the regulations have been adjusted to one hundred and fifty persons per event. The number of spectators at sporting events is permitted, up to 150 spectators per event.
- The curfew in Namibia will be extended to begin from 23:00 to 04:00 daily.
- Restrictions related to liquor were relaxed mid-way during the current dispensation, to facilitate increased business activity. The measures related to the sale of liquor remain as per amendment of 06 September 2021. This means:
- Where the seller is a holder of an off-sales license, sales may take place from 09:00 until 22:00, Monday to Friday and from 09:00 until 13:00 on Saturday.
- Where the seller is a holder of an on-consumption license (such as Bars, Shebeens, Casinos, Gambling and Betting Houses), the sale of alcohol may take place from 09:00 until 22:00, Monday to Saturday. No sale of alcohol on Sunday and public holidays.
- Where the seller is a holder of an on-consumption license (such as Hotels, Restaurants and Accommodation establishments), the sale of liquor served with meals, is permitted from 09:00 until 22:00, Sunday to Sunday.
- Burials of persons who succumbed to COVID-19 or whose deaths are COVID-19 related must continue to take place within a period of ten (10) days and all meals must continue to be served, on take away basis. The restriction on the number of persons attending public gatherings capped at 150 persons per gathering applies to mourners only, excluding essential workers.