Malawi has registered 103 new COVID-19 cases 207 new recoveries, and 7 new deaths.
The new deaths have been recorded in Blantyre.
Of the new cases, 99 are locally transmitted
infections and four are importedinfections.
Of the locally transmitted infections, four are health
care workers (two from Lilongwe, and one each
from Mulanje and Nkhata Bay), 39 from Blantyre, 24
from Lilongwe, 14 from Mzuzu, five from Zomba,
three each from Karonga and Nkhata Bay, two from
Thyolo and one each from Kasungu, Mwanza,
Nkhotakota, Nsanje and Salima.
Three of the imported cases are from Zomba and
one is from
Cumulatively, Malawi has recorded 3,557 cases
including 94 deaths. Of these cases, 926 are
imported infections and 2,631 are locally
Cumulatively, 1,585 cases have now recovered
bringing the total number of active cases to 1,878.
The average age of the cases is 36 years, the
youngest case is aged 1 month, the oldest is 93
years and 66% are male. The country has so far
conducted 26602 COVID-19 tests in 39 COVID-19