Suleiman Urges Malawians to Collaborate in Fight Against COVID-19

Malawi Congress Party (MCP) IT Expert Daudi Suleiman says the battle to see off novel coronavirus needs collaborative effort.

He says the remarks as he had finished his 21 day Self Quarantine after recovering from the pandemic.

“I am finishing my quarantine (21 days), following my discharge from KCH COVID19 Isolation. I have tested negative, sample collected on August 3rd. Results obtained on 5th August,”

“To anyone testing positive, it’s all in your mind; this thing is beatable! Keep a positive mindset and follow the routine medicines and a healthy diet. You will make it through, just like I did,” he says.

Suleiman praised the health workers who are in the first line in the fight to this COVID-19.

“To all you health workers, working and fighting against the wind; you are the real angels and may God reward each one of you in his own special ways. Keep up the great job,”

“Lets wear masks and social distance, covid19 is real and it’s no laughing matter when it hits,”

As of yesterday, Malawi had registered 65 new COVID-19 cases, 31 new recoveries, and eight new deaths.

The new deaths were from Blantyre: six occurred in the past 24 hours and two on 3rd August 2020.

All 65 new cases were locally transmitted infections: 32 are from Blantyre, 22 from Lilongwe (one is a healthcare worker), five from Chikwawa, two from Chitipa, and one each from Karonga, Likoma, Phalombe, and Zomba.

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