SUICIDE CASES SPIKE IN FIRST QUARTER OF 2023, MEN MOST AFFECTED
PUBLIC URGED TO STAY ALERT FOR COVID-19 SECOND WAVE
By Emma Zawanda
The Ministry of Health has resumed testing contacts of all confirmed cases of Covid-19.
In a statement, Co-Chairperson of the Covid-19 Presidential Taskforce, Dr John Phuka said now more than ever is not the time to lower the guard in the fight against the pandemic.
Dr Phuka said cases are being reported on daily basis which means that Malawi is still experiencing community infection.
He reminded the general public that it is important to regard everyone as a potential carrier of the disease.
He added that it is important that all people confirmed to have tested positive to be in isolation.
In the past 24 hours, Malawi has registered eleven new Covid-19 cases, two new recoveries and no new death.