East Sepik gets 8 new police vehicles

Thursday  5 August  2021 East Sepik Governor Hon Allan Bird presented eight brand new vehicles to police in his province at the Wewak Town Police Station on Wednesday. Governor said the vehicles were purchased to ease the work of the police in carrying out their job effectively throughout the province as well as parts of

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8 new positive COVID-19 Delta strain detections

Eight additional COVID-19 positive infections in the country have been identified as being the highly infectious Delta strain. Police Commissioner and Controller of the PNG COVID-19 National Pandemic Response David Manning made the announcement of the new detections after the first Delta positive case three weeks ago. When releasing the information, the Controller highlighted the

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57 new COVID-19 cases recorded: total figure at 17,774

Thursday  5  August 2021 FIFTY SEVEN  new COVID-19 cases  have been recorded  in the last 24 hours ending 12 midday on Friday 30 July, increasing   the total  infections to 17,774. The cases were  spread among  five provinces with  the National Capital District reporting the   highest  number of  28 cases,  followed by Madang with 21, West Sepik

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No new cases recorded today – Controller calls on citizens not to be complacent

Saturday 31 July 2021   There were no  new  COVID-19 cases recorded  today (31 July 2021), however, Commissioner of Police and Controller of the PNG COVID-19 National Pandemic Response, David Manning, called on citizens not  to be complacent.   Mr Manning said, there were   several reasons why no new cases were reported today, among them would be

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PNG COVID-19 cases reach 17,717

THIRTY ONE  new COVID-19 cases were recorded  in the last 24 hours ending 12 midday on Thursday 29 July, raising the  country’s  total number of infections  to 17,717. Controller of the National Pandemic Response, David Manning said the new cases  were recorded   in five provinces, with  Simbu reporting  16 cases followed by Madang with eight. National

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