Workers Threaten to Release COVID-19 Clients

Frontline workers at Kamuzu College of Nursing COVID-19 isolation center in Blantyre have stopped attending to clients to force authorities pay them outstanding allowances.

MERA Donates K43 Million Worth of PPEs to Fuel Transporters,DHOs

The Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA) has donated 43 million kwacha worth of Covid-19 preventive items to fuel transporters, Blantyre, Lilongwe and Mzimba north District Health Offices.

Mangochi Hospital Starts Testing Covid-19

Health authorities in Mangochi have announced that the district hospital laboratory has now started testing Covid-19.

Giving Out False Covid-19 Information Annoys Health Workers

Health Authorities in Mangochi have asked people who don’t have correct information on Covid 19 to stay quite than giving out wrong information, saying such will be more ruinous.

BT DHO Traces 13 COVID-19 Escapees

The Blantyre District Health Office says has managed to trace thirteen people who tested COVID-19 positive but bolted Kamuzu stadium isolation center in Blantyre about two weeks ago.

How to Sanities Your Money During Covid-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 has come either to live among humans like HIV/Aids or just to pass by. In either situation, the impact of COVID-19 is real not only on personal finances but also at corporate level.  Living under COVID-19 restrictions is a new experience for Malawi and other countries across the world struggling to contain Covid-19. As we adapt to this new reality, it is important to actively manage some of the financial stresses that the COVID-19 restrictions present.

Alleluyah Band Sings Hope amid Covid 19

Balaka based Alleluyah Band says it has come up with a sound track and a music video of hope to bring a difference on Covid 19.

SRWB Takes Sanitation to Hospitals

The Southern Region Water Board (SRWB) says has set aside K6.5 million to assist health facilities in its supply area with COVID-19 prevention.

Likoma Police ‘Aiding’ Foreigners Flout Corona Preventive Measures

Police on Likoma Island are allegedly investigating reports that some of them have been taking bribes and aiding Mozambican nationals flout covid-19 preventive measures and board Malawi vessels on Lake Malawi without following procedure.

Police Detains Malawians from RSA

Police in Neno district have intercepted a vehicle suspected to be coming from South Africa carrying two Malawi nationals using uncharted routes.

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