Malawi continues to register new coronavirus infections

Malawi continues to register new coronavirus (Covid-19) infections with eight more in the last 24 hours, bringing the number of infections to 555 and six deaths.

Phuka: Covid-19 cases increasing

Chairperson of the Covid-19 Task Force Dr. John Phuka says of the new cases, one is a health care worker from Mzuzu and one is from Blantyre.

“The other six new cases were identified at Mwanza port of entry during routine screening of people entering the country,” he says.

He says of these, three cases are from Blantyre, two from Machinga and one is under investigation.

Phuka says out of the 555 cases, 443 are imported infections and 97 are locally transmitted while 15 are still under investigation.

He says 69 of the total cases have now recovered bringing the total number of active cases to 480.

Phuka says the average age of the cases is 31.9 years, the youngest is aged one year and the oldest is 75 and 70 per cent of the patients are male.

The country has so far conducted 8438 covid-19 tests in 25 testing sites.

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Dexamethasone is effective in Covid 19 treatment. It’s used to reduce as inflammation in skin conditions such as arthritis and in asthma

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If you don’t close borders, this is what you get. Import as many cases as you want. At the end of the day, tell us what your intentions were. However, know that you are killing this poor, medicineless country. Anthu oyipa inu.

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ZOFUNA

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Koma number ya ochila ikuchepa , matendawa amatenga masiku angati kuti munthu achire?

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When it’s mild,it takes two weeks to get healed.If it’s more than mild it can take up to six weeks even more.It depends on how strong is your immune system.Some people are increasing their natural immunity by taking flu immune booster, just to increase fighting soldiers in your body.Take care of yourself.

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