PNG records 14 new cases of Coronavirus

Tuesday 26  April 2022 Papua New  Guinea recorded 14 new cases of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on Saturday 23 April 2022 , bringing the   total  infections  in country to 43800.     The new cases were reported in Enga (seven), National Capital District (five), and  East New Britain and Milne Bay (one each).  In its latest COVID-19

Five new COVID-19 cases reported

Wednesday 20  April 2022 Five new cases of COVID-19  were reported in the last 24 hours, ending Tuesday 19 April 2022, bringing the   total  infections  in Papua New Guinea to 43,669.     Of the new cases, three were recorded in Southern Highlands, and two  in the National Capital District. In its latest COVID-19 updates, the

Number of Coronavirus cases increases in PNG

Tuesday 5 April 2022 A total number of  17 new cases of COVID-19 was recorded in Papua  New Guinea in the last 24 hours, ending Tuesday 5 April 2022,  increasing the cumulative figure of the virus to 43,424 Of the new cases, National Capital District recorded (eight), Enga (seven),and Eastern Highlands (two). The   latest Covid-19

PNG records 13 new cases of COVID-19

Sunday 10 April 2022 Papua New Guinea recorded  13 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours ending  Friday  8 April 2022, bringing the  total  cumulative number of   infections to 43,499. The  13 new cases were detected in Madang. In its latest COVID-19 updates, the  National Control Centre, has confirmed  a total of   42, 768

National Control Centre rolls out mSupply

Thursday 7 April 2022 COVID 19 has created the opportunity to strengthen the existing health system and mSupply system is one of the strategies that the National Control Centre is using to monitor, report and coordinate essential lifesaving commodities. Implementation of the mSupply rollout to 22 provinces is anticipated to be complete before the end