Malawi’s COVID-19 Cases Hit 89,202

Malawi has cumulatively recorded 89,202 confirmed COVID-19 cases including 2,686 deaths as of yesterday, Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19 Co- Chairperson, Chalamira Nkhoma, has disclosed.

FPAM Orients Volunteers to Counter Covid-19 Misconceptions in Thyolo

The Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM) says there is a need to invest in interventions targeting the community structures in a bid to counter the existing misinformation on Covid-19 which has impacted negatively on HIV, TB and Malaria programmes.

Neno DHO Worried with Low COVID-19 Uptake

Neno district hospital authorities say they have exhausted all the channels available to woo people to get vaccinated against COVID-19 with only 17 percent vaccinated against the initial target of 81 thousand people.

Blantyre Synod Refreshes COVID-19 Prevention Appeal

Blantyre Synod of the CCAP Church has made fresh calls for the people to avoid disseminating misleading information about covid 19 vaccine.

UNECA Members Discuss AfCFTA and Agriculture

The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) says is focusing and investing in ensuring that countries enjoy the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA).

Nikisi: Elderlies’ Safe Haven Amid COVID19

Thomas Mgundo needs enough time to remember and calculate how many grandchildren he has. Minus that, he only recalls he has about forty of them.

Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Faces Resistance

By Elijah Phompho

Government's decision to start implementing mandatory COVID-19 vaccination beginning from January next year in order to increase vaccination uptake in the country amid rising cases of COVID-19 continues to be facing resistance.

CHC Engages Communities on Covid-19 Vaccine

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.

Adhere to COVID19 Preventive Measures – Govt

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 Predicts 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.

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