20 March 2020

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

UNICEF and its partners are on the ground to respond to COVID-19 in Malawi, The Coronavirus disease or COVID-19 has upended the lives of children and their families around the world.  In Malawi, as of 29 September 2022, there are now 88,015 confirmed cases and 2,680 deaths. Ministry Of Health - Malawi 1   UNICEF is supporting the Government of Malawi to support and strengthen its COVID -19 national response activities in…, Latest news and updates on COVID-19 response in Malawi, Stories and features, Chief Mlolo of Nsanje encourages all eligible individuals to get vaccinated against COVID-19, Stay informed, Stay Safe, School children talk about the impacts of COVID-19  Rev William Tembo, General Secretary for CCAP Livingstonia Synod, getting vaccinated at Mzuzu Central Hospital, 11 March 2021 Real-Time Evaluation of COVID-19 Response Myths vs facts Look for reliable information on COVID-19 through UNICEF or World Health Organization. Transmission and prevention…, What you need to know about the virus to protect you and your family, Everyone is talking about coronavirus disease (COVID-19), and everywhere you look there’s information on the virus and how to protect yourself from it. Knowing the facts is key to being properly prepared and protecting yourself and your loved ones. Sadly, there’s a lot of information out there that is incorrect. Misinformation during a health…, COVID-19 vaccine testimonies,   “I am afraid of being hit severely by the fourth wave. I hear on the radio that unvaccinated persons are unlikely to experience severe illness or death.” - Martha Munthali 32- year-old man  32-year old mom Martha Munthali holding her COVID-19 vaccination card UNICEF Malawi/2021 “We feel lucky to get vaccinated closer to home. We have been…