Malawi has registered 60 new COVID-19 cases, 46 new recoveries, and no new deaths.
Of the new cases, 57 are locally transmitted infections that are contacts of confirmed cases and three are under investigation.
Of the locally transmitted infections, 23 are from Mzuzu (four are healthcare workers), 12 from Chitipa (two are healthcare workers), 11 from Lilongwe, four from Mchinji (three are healthcare workers), three from Blantyre and one each from Mulanje, Mzimba South (a healthcare worker), Rumphi and Zomba.
Three cases under investigation are from Blantyre, Mangochi, and Mzuzu.
Cumulatively, Malawi has recorded 1402 cases including 16 deaths. Of these cases, 640 are imported infections and 696 are locally transmitted while 67 are still under investigation.
Cumulatively, 317 cases have now recovered bringing the total number of active cases to 1069.
The average age of the cases is 33.9 years, the youngest case is aged 1 month, the oldest is 78 years and 68% are male.
The country has so far conducted 15,176 COVID-19 tests in 39 COVID-19 testing sites.
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