The Presidential Task Force on Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic announced that as of Friday 26th June, 2020, Malawi had registered 45 new virus cases.
This has brought a number of total confirmed cases to 1005.
So far, 13 deaths have been registered with the latest one being that of a 56 year old man who died at Kameza Treatment Centre in Blantyre.
So far there are 732 total active cases, 260 recoveries while 12,578 tests have been conducted at 41 Covid-19 testing centres.
Out of all the locally transmitted infections, 28 are from Blantyre, two rom Mzimba of which one is a Health Care Worker and one each from Mzuzu, Rumphi and Karonga.
According to Co-Chairperson of the Presidential Task Force John Phuka, out of 1005 Covid-19 cases, 624 are imported infections and 348 are locally transmitted.
Meanwhile, Phuka has pleaded with all Malawians to continue observing Covid-19 preventative measures such as putting on masks, washing hands frequently and observe social distancing.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :