Marape says world class hospitals to be built in provinces out of COVID-19 pandemic experience

Thursday 21 May 2020 The government will build modern world class provincial hospitals in the 22 provinces and one major upgraded world class referral hospital in Port Moresby beginning next year into 2025, when the country celebrates 50 years of Independence. In addressing the Provincial Administrators meeting with COVID-19 State of Emergency Controller, David Manning 

Prime Minister repeatedly urges Papua New Guineans to be sensitive

 Tuesday 19 May 2020 Prime Minister . Hon. James Marape, has repeatedly urged  Papua New Guineans to remain  sensitive , despite  the country’s eight established coronavirus  (covid-19) cases so far. In  his  opening remarks  during  today’s press briefing on the government’s response to covid-19,   Mr Marape  urged every citizen and resident not to be    complacent.

Controller Warns Citizens to Observe Quarantine Protocols

Tuesday May 19 2020 CONTROLLER of the State of Emergency and Police Commissioner David Manning has issued a stern warning to citizens undergoing 14-days quarantine at various designated quarantine facility to strictly observe the quarantine protocols or face the consequences. Mr Manning said this following report of citizens repatriated from overseas and undergoing quarantine at

Manning commends CIMC discussions on COVID-19

Thursday 14 May 2020 COVID-19 State of Emergency Controller David Manning has applauded the Consultative Implementation and Monitoring Council (CIMC) for its panel discussions with the civil society on the COVID 19 pandemic. The discussions today brought together representatives from the National Board for Disable Persons, the Rural Industries Council, PNG Council of Churches, Farmers