Manus records highest number of Covid-19 cases

Friday 25 February 2022 Manus province has reported  220 new  Covid-19 cases, the highest number since the outbreak, in the last 24 hours ending midday Thursday 24 February 2022. The other provinces with newly  reported cases,  include Enga (28), Hela (20), National  Capital District (13), Western Highlands (five), Gulf (two), and Western and Central (one each),

New cases of COVID-19, more deaths

Monday 21 February 2022 The National Control Centre has reported 329 new cases of Coronavirus and eight more new deaths,  on Friday 18 February 2022,  bringing the infection total  to 39,909 and total  deaths to  636. The deaths were recorded in Hela in the last 30 days,  while   new cases  were reported in the National Capital District

Requirement for Issuance of COVID-19 international vaccine certificate

Monday  21 February 2022 Secretary  of the  Department of Health, Dr Osborne Liko  has  reminded  people requiring a COVID-19 International Vaccine Certificate for international travel, to send  their requests to  int.vaccinecertificate@gma , two weeks prior to travel People are required to  submit a copy of their  vaccination card (green card) issued at a PNG vaccination

PNG reports 333 new cases of Covid-19

Friday, 18   February 2022 The National Control Centre has reported 333 new cases of COVID-19  for Thursday, 17 February 2022, bringing the total number of infections since the outbreak  in the country  to 39,580.  The new cases spread across 14  provinces, with  the National Capital District recording the highest with  (119), followed by Southern Highands

Covid case count continues to rise in PNG

Friday, 18   February 2022 Papua New Guinea’s daily  count of new  COVID-19  cases  continues  to rise as evident in  the recent  tally of 212 cases reported  for Wednesday 16 February 2022, which  increases  the number of infections to  39,247. Of the new cases,  Western Highlands reported (73),   National Capital District  (56),  Central (24), Hela (22),

202 more new cases in the country

Wednesday 16  February 2022 Two hundred and two  (202)   new cases of  Coronavirus were  detected in Papua New Guinea, in  the last  24 hours, ending Tuesday 15 February 2022, bringing the total number of infections to  39,035, while  the death toll increases  to  628. The new  cases were reported in  the National Capital District (60),

Controller Manning issues new pandemic measures – pandemic approvals no longer required to enter PNG

Tuesday 15 February 2022 The Commissioner of Police and Controller of the PNG COVID-19 National Pandemic Response issued 10 new pandemic measures which come into effect tomorrow, Wednesday February 16, 2022. The key changes to the measures are mainly in the international and domestic travel and social measures. For international travel: 1. Tourists may now travel