Malawi embraces technology to reduce the spread of coronavirus

Malawi embraces technology to reduce the spread of coronavirus

- Malawi has proven that it is determined to contain the spread of the deadly coronavirus

- The country is making use of technology to ensure that disease is nipped in the bud

- A video is making the rounds on social media in which a woman could be seen operating a tap controlled with buttons and a card

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As the deadly coronavirus continues to spread globally, Malawi has proven to the world that it is determined to contain its spread by embracing technology.

In a video shared on Twitter by Africa Facts Zone, a woman flanked by two other women could be seen operating a tap controlled with buttons and a card.

The women were excited as water gushed out from the tap after the operator pressed a button and made use of the card.

Watch video below:

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In other news, a Nigerian teacher teaching French in Ibadan, Oyo state, has embraced okada riding as schools remain closed over the deadly Covid-19 the country is battling with.

The unidentified teacher said since there was nothing he could do as schools had been shut, he decided to use his bike to make money.

He said since the outbreak of Covid-19 in Oyo, the people of the state have been suffering, adding that his colleagues no longer have no means of livelihood.

Briefly.co.za has reported that Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has confirmed that South Africa has recorded 698 new Covid-19 infections.

This brings the total number of cases up to 11 350 on Monday, with the death toll spiking to 206.

The Western Cape remains a great concern, with the province recording over 6 000 cases on Tuesday.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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