China donates more medical materials to Malawi for Covid-19 fight

The Chinese embassy in Malawi said it is donating more medical materials to Malawi to fight Coronavirus (covid-19), which has hit the sub-Saharan developing country.

Chinese ambassador to Malawi, Liu Hongyang, presenting the donation to Minister of Disaster Management Affairs and Public Events, Everton Chimulirenji.

The Chinese ambassador to Malawi, Liu Hongyang, announced this Thursday, hours after Malawi President Peter Mutharika publicly confirmed the first 3 cases of COVID-19 in the country.

Liu said that the next donation of medical materials to Malawi is on the way.

“The next batch of medical materials donated by my Embassy is in Bahrain waiting to be transported to Malawi,” Liu tweeted.” China and Malawi are together in this fight.”

The Chinese Embassy to Malawi donated the first batch of medical materials to Malawi government Tuesday and the donation was received by Malawi Minister of Disaster Management Affairs and Public Events, Everton Chimulirenji.

According to President Mutharika’s announcement, the first affected person is a 61-year-old female who recently returned from India while the second case is her relative and the third case is a domestic worker in their house.

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APM Akuthanyulidwa
APM Akuthanyulidwa
1 year ago

I hope they’re not donating their faulty test kits which have been rejected in Europe. The Chinese are only good for donating face masks. Even their hand sanitizer would be fake

Michael
Michael
1 year ago

It turned out that the kits are ok. But the medical staffs in those countries didn’t read the instructions before using. And then the above mentioned governments explained and apologized to China.

Mandado@147
1 year ago

there’s a donation but nurses on the otherhand striking they dont have the same PPE donated to gov. Something aint right somewhere!

Etz
Etz
1 year ago

Those masks are faulty as a matter of fact are infected

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