Thursday 30 December 2021 Papua New Guinea reported seven new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours ending Tuesday 28 December 2021, bringing the total confirmed cases since the outbreak to 36,137. In its latest Covid-19 updates, the National Control Centre confirmed the seven new cases were being detected in the Gulf province. There
Sunday 26 December 2021 The National Capital District reported five new cases of Coronavirus while the Autonomous Region of Bougainville recorded nine , as at Friday 24 December 2021. This has brought the country’s total infections to 36,124. Including the recovered cases to 35,389. In its latest COVID-19 updates, the National Control Centre has indicated
Friday 24 December 2021 The National Control Centre reported 17 new cases of Coronavirus in the last 24 hours ending Thursday 23 December 2021 increasing Papua New Guinea’s cumulative infections to 36,110, including 35,374 recovered cases. Of the new cases, Gulf reported (nine), New Ireland, and Central (three each), Madang, and Manus, (one case each).
Thursday 23 December 2021 A total of 36,080 cases of Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) have been confirmed since the outbreak of the infections in Papua New Guinea. In his weekly virtual media briefing today, Deputy Controller of the National Pandemic Response, Dr Esorom Daoni, provided a summary of the COVID-19 statistics in country, as well as
Thursday 23 December 2021 Prime Minister, James Marape has highlighted one of the many challenges faced by the Government in 2021, is that of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). In his Christmas Message to the nation, Mr Marape reflected on the challenges faced by the country, in which, the COVID-19 pandemic is among those , which
Wednesday 22 December, 2021 INFECTION Prevention and Control (IPC) is basically all activities in health care facilities that are done to protect health care workers, patients and care-givers from acquiring infections. It is basic standard that should be present in all health facilities and it is the cornerstone in the COVID-19 response. IPC practices in PNG
Tuesday 21 December 2021 Two new cases of Coronavirus were reported in the country on Friday 17 December 2021, which increased the total confirmed infections to 36, 006. One case each was recorded in Gulf in a 25 year old male , and a 36 year old female in West Sepik.. A COVID-19 updates from
Friday 17 December 2021 The National Control Centre recorded 11 new cases of Coronavirus in four provinces in the last 24 hours ending Thursday, 16 December 2021. Six of the cases were reported in the National Capital District, two in Central, and one each in Eastern Highlands and Enga. The latest updates from NCC also
Thursday 16 December 2021 Papua New Guinea’s confirmed cases of COVID-19 have reached 35,966 since the outbreak in the country in March 2020. Deputy Controller of the National Pandemic Response, Dr Esorom Daoni, in his virtual media briefing today, highlighted the status of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours ending midday, Tuesday 14 December 2021.
Tuesday 14 December 2021 The country reported six new cases of Coronavirus on Monday 13 December, bringing the total cases to 35,962 and recovered cases to 35,121. A COVID-19 update from the National Control Centre has further reported the total deaths have increased to 587, while the Delta cases have risen to 599. Two of