PNG records 223 new COVID-19 cases total cases at 11,630

Papua New Guinea has recorded 223 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours ending 12 midday on Wednesday May 5, increasing the total number of cases to 11,630.   The cases were reported in 14 provinces with the Morobe Province recording the highest number with 59 ,  followed by the National Capital District with

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PNG records 223 new COVID-19 cases total cases at 11,630

Wednesday 5  May 2021 Papua New Guinea has recorded 223 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours ending 12 midday on Wednesday May 5, increasing the total number of cases to 11,630. The cases were reported in 14 provinces with the Morobe Province recording the highest number with 59 ,  followed by the National Capital

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Digicel Cup 2021 set to kick off

Monday 3 May 2021 The Papua New Guinea National Rugby League Competition, the Digicel Cup, is set to commence again for the 2021 season subject to compliance with a number of conditions issued today by Police Commissioner and Controller of the PNG COVID-19 National Pandemic Response,  Mr David Manning. Mr Manning issued a directive today which

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Number of COVID-19 cases in PNG reaches 11,262

Saturday 1 May 2021 The National Control Centre  has recorded 56 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours ending 12 midday on Saturday May 1, increasing the country’s  total number of cases to 11,262. The cases were reported from 13 provinces with the National Capital District reporting the highest  with  12 cases , followed by

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PM Marape to launch national vaccine roll-out

Sunday 2  May 2021 Prime Minister James Marape will officially launch the vaccine roll-out for Papua New Guinea on Tuesday 4  May, 2021 at the APEC House in Port Moresby. The launch, which will start at 10am, is expected to be attended by Government Ministers, provincial governors and dignitaries including representatives from PNG’s international partners. Police

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Manning calls on leaders to take ownership of ethnic clashes

Sunday May 02, 2021 Commissioner of Police David Manning has called upon the leaders of the Goilala and Hela people to take ownership of and end the ethnic clash in the nation’s capital. Mr Manning said the recent ethnic clash had  caused so much fear and anxiety within the community in the National Capital District

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