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BY ALEX DADAMU PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare has vented out his displeasure at repatriates who arrived on Sunday night, four of whom were tested positive. Prime Minister Sogavare when speaking today to announce 4 new positive COVID-19 cases, stated that it is sad that the COVID-19 infection has been brought into the country as a result of the carelessness and dishonesty...
BY TAVAKE SIMON HANA’AROA The Minister of Health and Medical Services has announced the fourth COVID-19 case for Solomon Islands after fourth round of test was conducted in the past days taken the latest COVID-19 cases to four. Informing the nation this afternoon, Hon Dr Culwick Togamana announced that the country had diagnosed one other student with COVID-19 and also announced...
BY TAVAKE SIMON HANA’AROA THE National Health Emergency Operation Centre, has put in place a ‘staff deployment cycle' in their efforts to minimize the risk of community transmission. In his Nationwide Address yesterday (Monday 19 October), Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare said the ‘staff deployment cycle’ is divided into four phases; pre-deployment, deployment, exit, and the post-deployment phase. “The deployment phase is for...
BY ALEX DADAMU SCHOOLS in Honiara Emergency Zone has been advised by the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development (MEHRD) to disregard earlier statements issued by the Ministry to organize school graduation events after the 23 of October 2020. The Deputy Permanent Secretary of MEHRD, Mr. James Bosamata speaking during the weekly talkback show on Sunday said the whole school...
BY ALEX DADAMU THERE have been concerns raised about the safety of the Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) especially facial masks donated by China recently, questioning whether it is safe to be used. The concern was raised by a health worker during the question time of the weekly talkback show on Sunday. When replying to the concerns raised, World Health Organization (WHO)...
BY ALEX DADAMU THE supply of Personal Protection Equipments (PPEs) to the Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) is predominantly for use by Health and Frontline Workers, according to Dr. Jimmy Rodgers. However, Dr. Rodgers said if there is enough, they might most probably put some out to functions. He said the cabinet in its recent decision has encouraged...
BY TAVAKE SIMON HANA’AROA ANOTHER four Solomon Islands students in the Philippines had tested positive for covid-19 over the past few days, Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare announced today. This was announced during Prime Minister’s announcement on the third covid-19 positive case in the country this afternoon. Amongst the four was a pregnant student who had just delivered a baby. “Fellow citizens,...
BY TAVAKE SIMON HANA’AROA THE Solomon Islands Government has warned students living in the Philippines who are not yet moved into the government arranged a hotel in Manila to do so within the next two days. Failure to do so will be assumed they are not interested in the government arranged repatriation program. This was announced by non-other than the Prime Minister...
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...
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