Eight out of seventeen people who tested COVID-19 positive escaped Corona virus quarantine center at Kameza in Blantyre Monday night.
Barely two weeks after donating COVID-19 sanitary materials to Mulanje District Hospital, Plan International Malawi has bailed out the facility with assorted Personal Protective Equipment to help workers in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.
Medicins Sans Frontiers has embarked on a corridor project aiming at equipping female sex workers with Covid-19 messages and protective equipment.
As schools are closed in the wake of Covid-19 outbreak, children being in the vulnerable group of people, are facing numerous abuses, ranging from infringement to the right to education, early pregnancies and marriages and taking over parental responsibilities at home.
Education minister, Dr. William Susuwele Banda, has launched a $10 million Emergency Radio Education Programme (EREP) to reach out to primary school learners who are in their homes in response to COVID-19.
Deadline for completion of Mchinji One Stop Boarder Post has been extended beyond July this year as initially planned due to Coronavirus pandemic.
Cases of COVID-19 among health workers in Blantyre have created distress among junior health workers under the district health office.
Limbe Health Center in Blantyre has been closed after some health workers were tested COVID-19 positive.
Environmental experts have warned of serious repercussions if the public continues disposing off masks unnecessarily.
The Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) says has acquired some equipment from partners in America that will enable the University to establish a COVID-19 high-tech testing center.