In a move to increase uptake of Covid-19 vaccine in the country, the Catholic Health Commission (CHC) in Mangochi Diocese has started engaging communities in the rural areas to sensitize them about the vaccine.
The ministry of health has appealed to different stakeholders and Malawians to Join hands with the ministry and change mindset in adhering to covid-19 preventive measures ahead of the covid-19 fourth wave.
Epidemiologist Dr. Titus Divala says while the decline in COVID-19 cases is good news to every Malawian, probabilities are high that Malawi will slump into the fourth wave from November this year.
At least 58 chiefs in the area of Senior Chief Chikumbu in Mulanje on Saturday received Johnson & Johnson vaccine during an impromptu COVID-19 sensitization meeting convened by the Senior Chief.
Teachers in the country say have gone the whole second academic term without getting personal protective equipment (PPE) from government for COVID19 prevention.
Zodiak spot checks in some primary schools under Mlonda and Nyamadzere education zones in Nsanje has revealed little or no adherence to Covid-19 preventive measures among learners.
An international organization, Action Aid, has bailed out the country's health facilities with Covid-19 supplies valued at K22 million.
Member of Parliament for Machinga Lukwenu, Bright Msaka, says physically challenged people are facing unique challenges that need special attention for them to avoid covid-19.
14 Group Village Heads under Traditional Authority Mkhumba in Phalombe have agreed to get vaccinated once administration of the Covid-19 jab resumes.
Malawi has registered eleven Covid-19 cases of children living in Dzaleka Refugee Camp in Dowa, central Malawi. These are first known cases in children.