The National Controller Center (NCC), as of 12 midday Monday April 19, released figures on the total number of patients who have recovered from COVID-19. There were 7,364 people from the 9,952 positive cases who have recovered from COVID-19 since March 2020. A total of 91 people have died from COVID-19 whilst a further 2,497
Papua New Guinea has recorded one new COVID-19 death in the last 24 hours ending 12 midday, Monday April 19, increasing the total number of deaths to 91. A 48-year-old man from Western Highlands Province died from COVID-19, increasing the number of deaths in Western Highlands to three and the national death toll to 91.
Papua New Guinea’s COVID-19 death toll has increased to 89 following five new deaths recorded in the last 24 hours, ending 12 midday, Saturday 17 April, while 223 new cases were also recorded in the same period, raising the country’s total to 9, 738 Three deaths were reported in the National Capital District, of which
Thursday 15 April 2021 Government and people of Papua New Guinea have expressed their gratitude to donors and partners of the COVAX Facility for the 132,000 doses of COVID-19 AstraZeneca vaccines, which arrived in the country on Tuesday April 13, 2021, in what is a historic step towards ensuring equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines nationwide.
Thursday 15 April 2021 The United Nations Resident Coordinator in Papua New Guinea, Mr Gianluca Rampolla, has appealed to partners to continue providing support to and through COVAX, to ensure vaccines are made available in a timely and equitable manner. Mr Rampolla was speaking during a celebration to welcome the first shipment of AstraZeneca vaccines
Thursday 15 April 2021 Papua New Guinea has recorded 155 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours ending 12 midday on Thursday April 15, increasing the total number of cases to 9,343. Controller of the National Pandemic Response, David Manning, said the cases were reported in 14 provinces, which included, National Capital District with 107
Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Hon. Soroi Eoe has expressed his gratitude on behalf of the government, to friends and development partners of Papua New Guinea, for their continuous and selfless support in the fight against Covid-19 pandemic in the country. He paid tribute to various governments , represented by their respective embassies
The National Control Centre has reported two new Covid-19 deaths in the last 24 hours ending 12 midday on Tuesday April 13, increasing the country’s death toll to 71. Commissioner of Police and Controller of the National Pandemic, David Manning, said both deaths were men, with ages 50 and 70, years from the Jiwaka province.