92-year-old Reverend Chipeta recovers from Covid-19

A 92-year-old grand father has hit headlines after he recovered from Covid-19.

Rev Chipeta: Covid survivor

He is Reverend Thomson John Chipeta, a resident in Mchinji.

Chipeta is the principal and founder of Home of Hope orphanage, the place where pop star Madonna adopted three children, David Banda  and  the twin girls

Chipeta’s grandson, Shingai Chipeta said that Reverend Chipeta tested positive for Covid-19 mid January and was in isolation before he was admitted at Mchinji District Hospital last week.

Reverend Chipeta has since been discharged and is at home.

Meanwhile, President Dr. Lazarus Chakwera will address the nation tonight on progress being registered in the fight against COVID-19, State House has announced.

In a statement, State House Press Office  says the address will start at 8 o’clock.

According to the Ministry of Health latest update on COVID-19, the country has registered 515 new COVID-19 cases, 587 new recoveries and 38 new deaths. All new cases are locally transmitted.

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Rodgers
Rodgers
5 months ago

Keep on praying papa

ofatsa3
5 months ago

Lets honour Almighty GOD for this is a testimony.

Ndafera Nkhande
Ndafera Nkhande
5 months ago

God will keep him in perfect peace whose mind stays on God.Thanks be to God who heals and to the doctors who care for the sick.Amen

Alungwana
Alungwana
5 months ago

To God be the glory!!
God works wonders beyond our thoughts

Alpha
Alpha
5 months ago

Good for him but I doubt he’s 92 yrs.
He should be less than that

Opportunist
Opportunist
5 months ago

All glory belong to you Jesus.
I bless your name for healing to Gogo Chipeta.
You have really honored his path

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