Malawi has been rendered a Covid-19 high-risk country by The World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S Centres for Disease Control (CDC).

According to WHO, Malawi is not safe and they are warning people against traveling to the southern African nations including Malawi.

This follows a surge in Covid-19 cases in a third wave of the pandemic.

As of now, Malawi is facing a rapid rise in Covid-19 cases in its third wave of the corona-virus pandemic, with an infection rate of 22%.

Statistics from the Ministry of Health released on Monday revealed that for the previous 24 hours, Malawi confirmed 347 new cases of Covid-19 and 14 deaths.

The U.S Centres for Disease Control and Prevention has also advised all foreign people to avoid traveling to Malawi.

It has therefore made a plea, saying if travel is necessary, individuals must make sure they are fully vaccinated before making the trip to Malawi.

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