The Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) has partnered with John Hopkins and other organizations to study the sequence of COVID 19 which will eventually result into the development of vaccine in the country.
The Chief Resident Magistrate’s Court in Blantyre has released on bail eight immigration officers who were arrested last week in connection with the K6.2 billion COVID-19 funds abuse.
Malawi is expected to receive the second batch of COVID-19 vaccine doses in May this year, government has confirmed.
Despite a significant drop in COVID-19 cases and a slight ease of some COVID-19 restrictions, District Medical Officer for Mulanje, Dr. Lloyd Njikho says the virus is still with us and therefore no need to relax much.
About 10, 000 doses of the AstraZenecca vaccine have been confirmed expired.
Mulanje district is said to have registered seven COVID-19 positive cases after spending close to one month without registering any COVID-19 positive case.
People with disabilities in Mulanje district have called for continued sensitizations on COVID-19 prevention measures as their status puts them at serious risks of contracting coronavirus.
An international women's rights body, JUST ASSOCIATES (JASS) has expressed concern over the limited delivery of messages meant to counter gender-based violence due to Covid-19 public gathering restrictions.
The world on March 14, celebrated the fifth annual commemoration of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW) with a call for nations to uphold peace building despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Eating has no holiday. We eat to live.” Bakali Ishmael, 73, has no kind words for COVID-19.