As of January 8, a total of 2,672 cases with 63 deaths have been registered.
Zambia closed markets, schools and colleges at the start of the year and called in the army to help tackle the outbreak.
Two million doses of the oral cholera vaccine from the global stockpile were delivered to the southern African country in January, enough to immunize one million people.
The World Health Organization (WHO) reports cholera cases in 24 out of 26 provinces.
Local news reported over 120 infections recorded in 24 hours – between January 8 and January 9.
The curfew in Kanyama began January 7 and will run from between 1800 and 0600.
The Malawi government put 16 of the country’s 28 districts on high alert due to a cholera outbreak under advice from the World Health Organization (WHO).
A previous plan to get vaccines to Yemen was aborted because of the country’s ongoing civil war.
At least 2,226 people are believed to have died of the disease since April, although the number of new cases has declined for 14 consecutive weeks.
The Ministry of Health Permanent Secretary in Charge of Administration reported that 14 new cases have been recorded in the last 24 hours.The