John Paul Kayuni

John Paul Kayuni

Local health experts have tipped government of Malawi to consider including, on the list of drugs given to Covid-19 patients, the two medical drugs which the World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended for Covid-19 treatment.

The Presidential Taskforce on Covid-19 is scheduled to meet next week to review Covid-19 preventive measures, imposed in December last year to control the spread of the Omicron variant, with a possibility to relax the restrictions.

Minister of Education Agness Nyalonje says her ministry is laying a foundation that in future education should not only be delivered face to face but also online.

A 64-year-old European man has died of injuries sustained during an encounter with Elephants Tuesday evening near Bua River Lodge, a tourism site, inside Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve, Police and Reserve Managers, African Parks, have confirmed.

Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) Commissioner, Charles Kalemba has challenged Local Authorities to devise their own ways of dealing with natural disasters before they occur to avoid loss of lives, property, and hefty government spending.

Savings and Credit Cooperative Organization (SACCO) Chapter two has stressed the need to assist children with disabilities to have access to education for them to become reliable citizens who will assist in the country’s development.

Minister of Gender Patricia Kaliati has said government is putting in place relevant legal instruments to deal with men who sexually abuse girls, warning everyone found sexually exploiting girls will face the law.

Nine candidates have expressed interest to contest in the Nkhotakota North East Constituency Parliamentary by-elections on 26 October to fill a position that fell vacant after the death of Martha Lunji Chanjo Mhone in July.

The Ministry of Health will include the malaria vaccine in its childhood immunization programs after the World Health Organization (WHO) approved the Mosquirix malaria vaccine for use following years of testing in three African countries.

The National Malaria Control Program says it will discuss with donors for a possible extension of time for the Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) Program which has proved to be effective in the fight against malaria.

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