Coronavirus Disease-19 (COVID-19) was declared a global pandemic on 11 March 2020, and Malawi declared its first case on 2 April. As of 1 May, there were 37 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 and 3 deaths. The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to negatively impact the economic outlook for Malawi, while measures implemented to control the spread of the disease are expected to affect the most vulnerable. The government has activated the cluster coordination mechanism which include the Humanitarian Country Team and the 13 clusters.
Latest Reports from ReliefWeb
- UN Malawi COVID-19 Update Situation Update No. 27 (at 18 September 2020)
- Minimum Expenditure Basket in Malawi - Round 9: 10 - 17 August 2020: A look at Food Prices and Availability in Times of COVID-19
- UNICEF Malawi COVID-19 Situation Report, 10 - 16 September 2020
- Strengthening soil management practices and access to markets among smallholder farmers in Malawi: A study from Malawi’s Anchor Farms (July 2020) - Impact Evaluation Report 122
- UN Malawi Covid-19 Communication Update - Update #18 (11th September 2020)