NAMPOL testing alleged COVID-19 prevention tea sold at a Walvis Bay-based Chinese shop

NAMPOL testing alleged COVID-19 prevention tea sold at a Walvis Bay-based Chinese shop

The Namibian Police (NAMPOL) are testing the COVID-19 prevention tea that was sold at a Walvis Bay-based Chinese shop for possible harmful and illegal substances.
The investigation will also establish whether the tea was imported into Namibia using the right procedures.
NAMPOL confiscated the tea on Monday evening after receiving information that illegal COVID-19 prevention tea is allegedly being sold for N$400 to the locals.
Police say the owner denied the allegation but admitted that they are using the tea as normal tea to boost their own immune system against COVID-19.
The police seized 15 tea bags at the Chinese shop in Kuisebmond, seven teabags were found at Jack Trading, New Industrial Area.
The owner of the shop has not been arrested or charged yet, pending the results of the forensic investigation.