Wednesday 11 August 2021 The Commissioner of Police and Controller of the PNG COVID-19 National Pandemic Response, David Manning, has called for a renewed effort from all Provincial Health Authorities, health care workers and those in the frontline to speed up COVID-19 vaccination roll out throughout the country. Mr Manning said this in the wake
Monday 9 August 2021 Commissioner of Police and Controller of the PNG COVID-19 National Pandemic Response, David Manning, has called upon citizens to come forward and be vaccinated against COVID-19, as PNG recorded no new COVID-19 case on Monday August 9. Mr Manning said despite no cases being reported on Monday the country is not
Wednesday 11 August 2021 The National Government’s COVID-19 vaccinations roll out program around the country is not compulsory says the Prime Minister Honorable James Marape during this morning’s session of Parliament. “Currently we have four vaccines AstraZeneca, Pfizer-BioNTech, Johnson & Johnson and Sinopharm being distributed in the country. “These vaccines are being certified by the
Saturday 7 August 2021 Papua New Guinea’s COVID-19 cases have reached 17,804, after four new infections were recorded in the National Capital District, in the last 24 hours ending 12 midday on Saturday 7 August. Of the four cases, three were males and one female with ages ranging between 36 and 60 years. Controller of
Friday 6 August 2021 The National Capital District and Central Province recorded a single case each in the last 24 hours ending 12 midday on Friday August 6, increasing the total number of cases in the country to 17,800. The two cases were a male and a female, aged 36 and 60 years old. Papua
Thursday 5 August 2021 ELEVEN new COVID-19 cases have been detected in the last 24 hours ending 12 midday on Thursday August 5, increasing the total number to 17,798. The cases were reported in five provinces, with : Madang recording (4); National Capital District (3); West Sepik (2) and both Southern Highlands and Enga a
Wednesday 4 August 2021 Three provinces in Papua New Guinea have reported seven new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours ending 12 midday on Tuesday August 4, bringing the total number of cases to 17,780. They are Central with two cases, Morobe, four and Enga with 1 case . Controller of the National Pandemic Response, David
Sunday 1 August 2021 A single case of COVID-19 was recorded in the last 24 hours ending 12 midday on Sunday August 1, while increasing the total number of cases to 17,775. The single case was reported in East New Britain, in a 34-year-old female who had experienced symptoms of COVID-19 at the time of testing.