In response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the aims of the study were expanded to explore the intersection of COVID-19 and maternal health. This enabled the study to contribute timely, relevant findings to help inform decision-making about maternal health service delivery in the context of COVID-19 in Malawi. This report summarizes results of: Qualitative analysis (Method 1a) of 15 calls from women who had called CCPF (“Health Center by Phone”) seeking COVID-19 information while pregnant between June 2020 and October 2020. During the June 1 to October 31 time period from which calls were sampled, Malawi had reported 5,930 confirmed cases of COVID-19. With a surge of cases, it is critically important to explore the questions and concerns that Malawians, including pregnant women, have about COVID-19.