Manning calls for more advocacy on adherence to COVID-19 protocols

Police Commissioner and Controller of the PNG COVID-19 National Pandemic Response has called upon citizens who have recovered from COVID-19 to use their experiences to advocate about the dangers of the pandemic and need for people to adhere to the “Niupela Pasin” or New Normal. Mr Manning made this call following the recording of 166 new cases

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68 new COVID-19 cases reported : PNG’s total at 10,670

Papua New Guinea has recorded 68 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours ending 12 midday on Saturday April 24, raising the country’s   total number of cases to 10,670, while the  Covid-19 death toll remains at 102. The cases were reported from 15 districts in 11 provinces. They include: National Capital District (NCD), with

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52 new Covid-19 cases recorded in six provinces increasing total to 10,602

Friday 23 April 2021 Fifty-two new cases of Covid-19  were recorded in six provinces, as of Friday, 23 April, 2021 increasing Papua New Guinea’s total  number of positives to 10,602. Of the 52 cases, Madang recorded 14; West Sepik, 1; Eastern Highlands 8; West New Britain, 11; and the  Autonomous Region of Bougainville, 17. Deaths

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8,301 people recovered from COVID-19: total cases up to 10,602

Friday 23 April 2021 A total of 8,301 people have recovered from COVID-19, while  10,602 people have tested positive as of Friday April 23. Of the 82,526 COVID-19 tests done  so far, there were  10,602    positives,  including  102  deaths  from COVID-19. A total of 2,199 cases are active within the last 14 days whilst 674 tests

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Manning directs COVID-19 response team to Parliament

Friday 23 April 2021 A team from the National Control Center has begun taking swabs of all employees of the National Parliament to test for COVID-19 after 42 staff members were   tested positive. The 47 were part of 167 swabs collected and tested earlier. The testing began on Tuesday, April 20 and continues until all employees

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PM adjourns Parliament over health, safety for all

Thursday 22 April 2021 Parliament was adjourned to  August 10, 2021, following  42  Parliamentary staff testing positive of the Coronavirus disease (Covid-19). Prime Minister, Hon. James Marape  when addressing  a press conference this afternoon, says ‘Parliament is now  a red zone,” adding, “ there  has been a related   death, and members of its leadership have

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COVID-19 death toll at 99 : total cases reach 10,338

Papua New Guinea has recorded eight new COVID-19 deaths in the last 24 hours ending 12 midday on Wednesday April 21, increasing the total number of deaths to 99. Five  deaths were reported in Milne Bay, of which three  were males, ages 34, 58 and 76 and two females ages 50 and 52, while three

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7,798 people have recovered from COVID-19

A total of 7,798 people have recovered from COVID-19 as of Wednesday April 21, 2021, according to statistics released  from the National Control Centre. So far,  of the 10,338 people who have tested positive for COVID-19, 99 have died, and 2,441 cases are still active within the last 14 days. Police Commissioner and Controller of

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