The Blantyre District Health Office is testing samples of a driver, two sons and a man whose wife was tested COVID-19 positive in Kenya over the weekend.
Nurses and staff at a certain private hospital in Blantyre are today (Tuesday) expected to be tested for COVID-19 after being exposed to a COVID-19 positive patient.
Maranatha Academy has introduced online learning in an effort to enable learners in the country to access education this time when schools are closed owing to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Malawi Environmental Health Association (MEHA) has asked government to come up with a policy to guide the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in the wake of corona virus.
Education Minister Dr. William Susuwele Banda says government cannot in anyway bow down to pressure and re-open schools for examinations amid escalating corona virus threats.
The Petroleum Importers Limited (PIL) has donated essential medical items to Blantyre District Health Office in an effort to prevent the Corona Virus from entering the country.
Immigration department says strong measures are in place in all border posts to control issuance of visas and border pass documents in the wake of corona virus threats.
UTM has been forced to cut short the distribution of detergents and dissemination of information on Covid-19 across the country.
African Federation of the Deaf Blind, AFDB has expressed concern that little has been done to provide people with disabilities with guidance and support for when COVID-19 pandemic strikes.
One of foreign investors interested in industrial hemp production in the country says the COVID-19 outbreak has affected progress of their plans to invest in the country.