Covid-19 Outbreak on Malawi Perspective
George N. Chidimbah Munthali 1 2 3 * , Wu Xuelian 2
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1 Mzuzu University Private Bag 201 Luwinga Mzuzu Malawi, MALAWI2 Yangtze University Nanhuan road 1th, Jingzhou city, Hubei province, CHINA3 Chidimbah Financial Consultants, MALAWI* Corresponding Author


On 31 December 2019 COVID-19 case was first reported in Wuhan China as a respiratory disease. With the declaration of World Health Organization (WHO) as a global pandemic, Covid-19 Virus is spreading globally at a faster rate. Despite its in more than 204 countries in the world, Malawi as of 31 March 2019 is among the countries that have not registered any case. Looking at its economic, political and health status its recommended that the authorities should strengthen more preventive measures in order to prevent the pandemic to enter into Malawi.


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Article Type: Perspective Article

ELECTRON J GEN MED, 2020, Volume 17, Issue 4, Article No: em210

Publication date: 03 Apr 2020

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