Malawi register 114 new Covid-19 cases

The Presidential Task Force on Covid-19 has announced that 114 new coronavirus pandemic cases have been recorded as of  Sunday June 28, 2020.

Phuka: Covid-19 cases increasing

According to the Task force Chairperson John Phuka, out of the total number of cases, six are imported while the rest are locally transmitted.

Five of the imported were recorded in Blantyre while the other one was in Ntcheu.

Of the total locally transmitted cases, 78 cases were recorded in Blantyre, nine in Lilongwe, 11 in Mzuzu, three in Mzimba while one each in Karonga and Chikwawa districts respectively.

Meanwhile, the Presidential task force chairperson has expressed worry with the escallating growth of number of locally transmited Covid19 cases.

“As local transmission os on the rise in our country, I would loke to encourage everyone to wereba cloth mask whenever you are going into crowded places . Those with positive Covid-19 result should should self isolate and put on a medical mask all the time” said Phuka.

He also urged Health Care Workers to strictly follow infection prevention and control measures.

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Ungwelu
Ungwelu
8 months ago

Yes. JB et all may have said so but it was professionally I correct. The reason many gave us that picture was the huge level of insincerity by the DPP regime. APM wanted to hide behind COVID-19 pandemic but many people could not buy it. Think of it – APM was going to be still State President today if we fell for his trick. He imported too many COVID-19 cases into Malawi that are now a threat. Can we now all go back to the drawing board and review our strategy for fighting COVID-19?

Ray
Ray
7 months ago
Reply to  Ungwelu

There’s no. Covid let’s just carry on with our lives. Every Malawian has a right to return home.

NALIKUKUTI wanyenkhula
NALIKUKUTI wanyenkhula
8 months ago

ife tikudikira Joyce Banda atiuze kuti corona wafika ku Malawi coz anatiuza kuno kuchintheche kuti Malawi ali ndimwayi corona kulibe. komanso amuchotse ntchito Dr John Phuka chifukwa choonjezera ma figure

Nampoto
Nampoto
8 months ago

Lucky Malawians that now after almost 3 months in convid 19 scare the new Govt, which preached against the existence of Convid 19, will normalise the situation. Businesses suffered, life was miserable because we have been almost locked up. We want this Chakwera MCP government to immediately declare an end to Convid. Eee titakateko

Nasinuku
Nasinuku
8 months ago

Can you our President consider dissolving Covid 19 Committee set up by DPP Government and appoint a new new that every Malawian will trust.

Cairo
Cairo
8 months ago

The problem is that the opposition now in government where busy telling people that there is no covid-19 in Malawi, am eaderly waiting to hear from the President how he is going to say it. During campiagn period, were busy telling people that that the DPP government using covid-19 as a scapegoat to cancel the elections. Lets see now what they are going to tell us about the prevalence of covid-19 in Malawi.

Mbonga Matoga
Mbonga Matoga
8 months ago

My advice to all Malawians is this, the elections are over now let us take covid 19 more seriously….so far God has been on our side so that we could settle the elections issue but let us now do our part by strictly practicing social distancing as never before. Winter is upon us and learning from other countries who have seen the worst of COVID-19 it is obvious that the coronavirus thrives in cold weather, please take care of yourselves. I don’t need to remind you in what state of condition our hospitals are, we have no medicines to help… Read more »

Kwa
Kwa
8 months ago
Reply to  Mbonga Matoga

Pajatu kulibeko

Mlaliki
Mlaliki
8 months ago

Malawians are too laid back. Komatu kukubweraku kuli zachabe. Look at the daily trends everywhere. We and our 17 ventilators shall surely perish. Dr Phuka nde akuyeysesa kuchenjeza anthu. Kufa saaferana let’s be responsible for our lives.

ignatius
8 months ago

Paja mumati kulibetu

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