Two months ago, government announced a set of measures that it had put in place to help fight Covid-19. In our special report this week, this reporter took a walk into Limbe, a township within Blantyre City to see how authorities are ensuring that people follow regulations that have been put in place to help fight the pandemic.


Clara Magalasi, 32, from Khwambala village, Traditional Authority Kalolo in Lilongwe is a mother of three. Her youngest born, Grace, is a year and 10 months old. Grace unlike her two older siblings has received the Malaria Vaccine. According to Clara, since her daughter started taking the Malaria vaccine when she was five months old, she has never had a malaria attack.


It’s six o’clock in the morning in Likotima Village in Traditional Authority(TA) Kapeni in Blantyre, Malawi’s commercial city, and Patuma Adam is already on the road with her nine-months old baby, Mustakim Jordan, strapped on the back.

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