Bank Windhoek donates 500 reagent testing

29 May 2020 | Health

Bank Windhoek donated 500 reagent testing kits and nasopharyngeal swab collection kits to the Namibian government on Wednesday, 19 May 2020. The kits, which were received by the health minister, Dr Kalumbi Shangula, will assist the ministry’s programme of expanding targeted testing to access the population's degree of the transmission. Bank Windhoek’s Executive Officer of Marketing and Corporate Communication Services, Jacquiline Pack, pictured with the Minister of Health and Social Services, Dr Kalumbi Shangula. Photo contributed.

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