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Date: 21st July, 2021

COVID-19 update

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New Cases
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Currently admitted in treatment Units
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Cumulative Confirmed Cases
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New Discharges from Treatment Units
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Active Cases
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Total Tests Conducted
0
Total Recovered
0
Total Deaths
0
Total vaccinated to date 1st Dose
0
Total vaccinated to date 2nd Dose

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Our Genesis

The Public Health Institute of Malawi (PHIM) was established in 2013 under the Ministry of Health to provide leadership in disease surveillance, research, prevention and control as well as generate evidence that informs policy and practice in public health service delivery. In this respect, the institute is building the capacity of the country to effectively respond and deal with public health challenges such as emerging communicable and non-communicable diseases.

Our Mission

To provide national leadership and coordination in multidisciplinary surveillance, prevention and control of diseases, health conditions and threats as well as to generate information that informs policy and practice in public health

Our Vision

A centre of excellence in public health that contributes towards quality and productive life of all people in Malawi.

Our Goal

A well equipped, resourced and staffed Public Health Institute that effectively responds to pandemic and emerging disease conditions thereby improving health and wellbeing of Malawi.

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COVID-19 Vaccine is here

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President Lazarus Chakwera was the first to receive the jab in Zomba city.