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13 Confirmed Coronavirus Cases in Malawi

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The number of confirmed Coronavirus (Covid-19) cases in Malawi has risen to 13, Minister of Health Jappie Mhango has revealed.

Minister Jappie Mhango, who heads a Special Cabinet Committee in Covid-19 said on Sunday that Malawi has recorded another case of virus pandemic bringing the number of those who have tested positive to 13.

The new case has been confirmed in Blantyre and is a 55-year old man.

Mhango told reporters in Lilongwe, Malawi that there are still three borders that are still open “to allow for movement of essential goods.”

The minister said in terms of capacity to test, the country has now laboratories in Lilongwe at Public Health Institute of Malawi, Mzuzu Central Hospital and one in Blantyre.

Mhango also said government is ready to enforce quarantine measures among people by sending them to institutional quarantine centres.

As things stand Malawi has 13 confirmed cases of Covid-19 and 2 Deaths.

In Other News – Nigeria summons Chinese Ambassador over harassment of Africans in China – Video

Nigeria is the first African country to take a stand against the treatment of Africans in China that has been going on since last week.

Yesterday we published a story and a video of how Blacks are no longer allowed to enter Restaurants in China and today we are glad to say, Nigeria has taken a stand against such behaviour.

In the video we obtained, we seen the Chinese ambassador to Nigeria in a meeting and is being shown the videos of all these racism acts that Chinese are doing to Africans.

We hope a lot more countries join in the stand to fight these racism acts before they escalate or worsen. Watch the video below…

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