The Threat Of COVID-19 Remains In Papua New Guinea. Protect Yourself, Your Family and Your Community

Papua New Guinea COVID-19 Statistics

As of 22nd July 2021

Total Cases

17,637

New Cases

 43

Active Cases

212

Deaths

 192

Recovered

17,581

People Tested

143, 687

People Vaccinated

74, 771

Stay up to date with the latest information on COVID-19 in Papua New Guinea

PUBLIC NOTICE

Members of the public are advised that the National Control Centre (NCC) Call Centre can now be accessed by email.  For all your queries please email to the following address: hotline@covid19.info.gov.pg We will do our best to respond to your email within 24-48 hours. Thank you.

CALL CENTRE (1800200) IN OPERATION 24/7

COVAX

COVAX is one of three pillars of the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator, which was launched in April by the World Health Organization (WHO), the European Commission and France in response to this pandemic. Bringing together governments, global health organisations, manufacturers, scientists, private sector, civil society and philanthropy, with the aim of providing innovative and equitable access to COVID-19 diagnostics, treatments and vaccines. The COVAX pillar is focussed on the latter. It is the only truly global solution to this pandemic because it is the only effort to ensure that people in all corners of the world will get access to COVID-19 vaccines once they are available, regardless of their wealth.

Police Commissioner and Controller of the PNG COVID-19 National Pandemic Response David Manning issued Direction No.2 authorizing AstraZeneca vaccination to be administered in the vaccination roll-out program in Papua New Guinea.

Vaccines are now available to those above the age of 18

The COVID-19 vaccines work with your immune system so your body will be ready to fight the coronavirus if you are exposed to it. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, getting the vaccine is a powerful step in taking charge of your health. The vaccine together with the #NiupelaPasin measures will protect you from serious illness and death from COVID-19. Don’t Wait. Get Vaccinated