Covid-19 survivor, deputy Speaker of parliament Madalitso Kazombo has taken up in social media platforms to instil hope in Malawians that the virus is not an absolute death penalty.
He is giving hope in a frightened nation with terrifying covid-19 infections never seen before.
“I had body pains and felt like I had malaria. I could not sleep, so I went to the hospital the following morning where they diagnosed me with a bacteria infection. Then I was given a bacteria drug, but when there was no change, I was later advised to go for a Covid-19 test.
“After testing positive, I was advised to do a lot of exercises. I was also told to maintain a positive outlook. Sometimes I could wake up at 12 midnight to do exercises. So, Covid-19 is not something that should cause despair,” he said.
Kazombo is urging people to take herbs and concotions such as lemons, ginger, garlic and bluegum steaming among others.
The deputy Speaker has now embarked on an initiative to mobilize resources for the country’s hospitals.
He said he is concerned that most public hospitals do not have oxygen cylinders hence, his decision to engage his network for support.
Currently, he is working on stocking Kasungu District Hospital with oxygen cylinders and other resources.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :