Changes in funeral handling at CoM

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college of medicineMalawi’s College of Medicine (CoM) has announced several changes in the way the college manages funeral services it offers to the general public in the country.

Management of the college says that proximity of the mortuary to the teaching area and absence of separated access routes are some of the challenges which have led to the changes.

According to a press release by the college, the changes will see only one vehicle being allowed to enter the college premises.

Moreover, a maximum of ten people shall be accepted to enter the premises using one vehicle and viewing of the body shall not be allowed at the college mortuary.

The college has also barred vehicles from parking outside the fence at the entrance and has forbidden mourners from congregating outside the fence at the entrance.

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  1. That wat happens when competitors are few.wake up Malawians u can start a good bussiness from there.how come should people no congregate outside the gate or even park cars outside. Poor infrastructure of a facility. Why didn’t u consider a parking space for such activities in the first place.ife ndamalawi sitimaimva tidzilirabe panja pa mpandapo mpaka wathu atatuluke basi.

  2. separate the mortuary from COM campus.You can not ban people from their funeral procedures.if not close the mortuary.the best you can do is to find another place for mortuary services.i thought u r a registered business. musatinyase mutileke tidzilira maliro bwino.

  3. Malawi’s College of Medicine (CoM) has announced several changes in the way the college manages funeral services it offers to the general public in the country. Management of the college says that proximity of the mortuary to the teaching area and absence of separated access routes are some of the challenges which have led to the changes. According to a press release by the college, the changes will see only one vehicle being allowed to enter the college premises. Moreover, a maximum of ten people shall be accepted to enter the premises using one vehicle and viewing of the body shall not be allowed at the college mortuary. The college has also barred vehicles from parking outside the fence at the entrance and has forbidden mourners from congregating outside the fence at the entrance.