COVID-19 Cases Rise Again,120 New Cases Past 24 Hours
In the past 24 hours, the country has conducted 1174 COVID-19 tests, that's according to COVID-19 daily updates.
The country has so far conducted 28,688 tests.
In the past 24 hours, Malawi has recorded 120 new cases, 32 new recoveries, and 4 new deaths.
Cumulatively, there are 1991 active cases with 1760 recoveries.
Malawi Health Equity Network, Executive Director, George Jobe has described the COVID-19 pattern in the country as unpredictable.
He told Zodiak online Thursday that the "pattern could be attributed to lack of Consistence in COVID-19 tests in some districts."
So far, 107 people have died of COVID-19 in the country
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