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.
Some shortlisted beneficiaries of the Covid-19 Urban Cash Transfer Intervention (CUCI) are yet to receive their three-month cash though the project ended two months ago.
People who are seeking COVID-19 vaccine from various health facilities across the country have complained that they are kept waiting on queues as the facilities do not have the doses.
The Ministry of Health has said that people that qualify for the second jab are those that have reached 12 weeks from the day they received the first jab.
The 30 percent surge of COVID-19 cases in South Africa (SA) in the third wave has raised a red flag among local health rights activists in Malawi given the relationship of the two nations on cross border trade and labor force.
A gospel reggae musician has asked government and development partners to cushion musicians amid a difficult economic environment due to Covid 19.
The Malawi Red Cross Society says it has more covid-19 Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) ready for deliveries to the health facilities in the country upon request.