Coronaviruses (CoV) are a large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases. The current novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, which began in December 2019, presents a significant challenge for the entire world. The virus has been spreading rapidly across nations in the world, with devastating impact on almost all aspects of life. The World Health Organization declared Covid-19 a pandemic on March 11 2020. So far, there are over 22 million confirmed cases (as at August 2020) recorded across the world.
CHAM COVID-19 Response
CHAM is actively monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic. Our priority is to ensure the safety of our health care workers, partners and communities during this period, even as we make necessary adjustments to ensure the continuity of our operations.
|COVID -19 Treatment Centers Malamulo Mission Hospital – Thyolo St. Gabriel Hospital – Lilongwe Atupele Hospital – Karonga Partners in Hope Hospital – Lilongwe St. Johns Hospital – Mzuzu Mlambe Hospital – Blantyre Trinity Hospital – Nsanje St. Joseph Hospital – Chiradzulu Daeyang Luke Hospital – Lilongwe Likuni Hospital – Lilongwe Mulanje Mission Hospital – Mulanje||COVID-19 Holding Centers David Gordon Memorial Hospital – Rumphi Chezi Community Hospital – Dowa Kapiri Community Hospital – Mchinji Mulibwanji Community Hospital – Mangochi Pirimiti Community Hospital – Zomba St Montfort Hospital – Chikwawa Alinafe Community Hospital – Nkhotakota Madisi Hospital – Dowa Mtendere Community Hospital – Dedza Mua Hospital – Dedza St Martins Community Hospital – Mangochi St Luke’s Hospital – Zomba Embangweni Community Hospital – Mzimba South Kalemba Comm. Hospital – Nsanje Sr. Teresa Community Hospital – Ntcheu Kaseye Community hospital – Chitipa Ekwendeni Hospital – Mzimba North|
Call to Action on the Uptake of Covid-19 Vaccination