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BY ALEX DADAMU THE Country’s third (3rd) COVID-19 positive case comes as no surprise because there has been mingling and congregating between the students at the quarantine facility. This was according to Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare when addressing the nation today to announce the country’s third (3rd) COVID-19 Positive case. The patient is a student who came on the repatriation flight from...
BY TAVAKE SIMON HANA’AROA THE Solomon Islands Government has assured its citizens that they will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely and provide timely information to its people at all costs. In a national address yesterday, Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare strongly calls on the general public not to spread and listen to rumours that might cause unnecessary panic and painting...
BY TAVAKE SIMON HANA’AROA MINISTER of Health and Medical Services Honourable Dr. Culwick Togamana recently announced that the Multipurpose Hall will be converted into a makeshift hospital, it is expected to be ready by this week. According to Dr. Culwick, Workers are going to convert the multipurpose hall into a makeshift hospital and the facility will be ready for use within...
BY DAVIS LADOFO’OA - PWDSI A young man named Tifton, 20, lives along the rugged logging road to Bolale, an hour drive from Aola in a small village called Botabiri in East Central Guadalcanal. Life for Tifton is not the same as other young people of his age, living in the remote area of Botabiri. Tifton was born with...
BY ALEX DADAMU ALL Classes for Early Childhood Education within the city boundary - whom in the advice of closure for 2 weeks which begins last week, has again been instructed by Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare to remain close until the respective Education Authority issues further advice on the current situation. The advice was made by Prime Minister Sogavare in...
BY ALEX DADAMU PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare in his nationwide address on Monday has announced that the Cabinet in its meeting recently has agreed to some new measures. Sogavare urged everyone to comply with these immediate measures as a means of preparedness for the ongoing safety of each individual and our population as a whole. He said it must also be...
BY JOY OFASIA NEWLY founded Association of the Blind Visually Impairment Solomon Islands aims to give hope to the people living with the blind in the country. Association’s President, Desmond Suiga said the vision to establish the Association was based on the years of neglect towards people living with blind and visual loss in the Solomon Islands. “The Association was established this...
BY JOHN CHRISMA THE recently registered cases of COVID-19 infections in the Solomon Islands has forced a village chief in North West Guadalcanal to call for immediate assistance of COVID-19 protective kits. Aruligho Community Chief George Hilly called on responsible government’s health ministry to coordinate an immediate delivery and distribution of COVID-19 protective kits to the rural populace of Aruligho. The Chief...
BY ALEX DADAMU WHILE the country is fighting the war against the Coronavirus Pandemic, an environmental health issue that has been around for quite sometimes now and has become an eye-sore to suburbs in and around Honiara City is the rise of Stray Dogs Population. The Health Risk and Noise Pollution associated with the increase of stray dogs in the city...
BY TAVAKE SIMON HANA’AROA THERE has been a disappointment from the Guadalcanal Provincial Government towards the National Government’s proposed plan to make the Guadalcanal Provincial Health Authority responsible for COVID-19 'mild positive cases'. A media statement from Guadalcanal Provincial Government (GPG) issued on Tuesday 6 October has it that GPG’s disappointment and pushback on the National Government’s proposal followed pressure from...
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