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14
July

AM FEELING BETTER- KAZAKO

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Minister of Information Gospel Kazako says he is feeling better after he was diagnosed with COVID 19 some days ago. Kazako believes his situation has not deteriorated because he took AstraZeneca vaccine. He has since urged Malawians to receive COVID 19 vaccine once it is in the country.

14
July

PROMOTE CLEANLINESS

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Ward councilors for Mchengautuba West and Masasa in Mzuzu City have emphasized the need for joint efforts to promote cleanliness in their areas. The Councilors said this during a joint sweeping exercise at Geisha in the city. A consortium of Find Your Feet, Voice of Livingstonia Radio and Church and Society, is financially supporting the initiative.

14
July

The Ministry of Forestry and Natural Resources has dismissed allegations of abuse of funds in the World Bank funded Shire River Basin Management Project.

Addressing Journalists in Lilongwe, line Minister Nancy Tembo said the multi - component project had since delivered on its set objectives. The project was implemented from 2012 to 2019.

14
July

Smarting from a nationwide Covid 19 vaccine stockout that affected administration of the second dose of AstraZeneca, the Ministry of Health says government has decided to administer two other vaccines—Pfizer and Johnson Johnson—in a move aimed at providing the country with more supply options in the fight against the global health pandemic.

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