Coronavirus – Malawi: COVID-19 Daily Information Update (9th May 2020)

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New Cases: 13

Total Confirmed Cases: 56

Total Active Cases: 39

Total Recovered: 14

Total Number of Tests Conducted: 1231

Total Deaths: 3

Wash hands with soap regularly. Protect yourself.  Protect your loved ones. 

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Ministry of Health and Population, Republic of Malawi.


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