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More Malaitans return home 

More Malaitans are returning home this week from Honiara for the fear of contracting coronavirus (COVID-19) once it reaches Honiara.

Talasasa: be responsible, take precaution


THE PEOPLE of Western Province (WP) are being reminded that they themselves must take responsibility for their actions in the prevention against the coronavirus (COVID-19) from spreading.

Gizo town takes action


The Western Province Government (WPG) under Provincial Disaster Committee (PDC) had issued a notice on Wednesday for the closure and cancellation of a number of activities in Gizo.

Temotu ready to shut off its door


TEMOTU Province will stop all movement in and out of the province in the event the country records its first coronavirus case.

Health workers ask for early leave


A GOOD number of nurses and doctors are currently applying to take their leave despite the imminent threat the coronavirus (COVID-19) has posed.

Cabinet to decide on fate of students


EDUCATION Minister Commins Mewa will present the recommendations regarding the repatriation of students from Fiji and abroad to the Cabinet on Thursday.

Gov’t boosts efforts to combat COVID-19

A STATE OF EMERGENCY

MHMS SENDS MORE SUSPECTED COVID-19 SAMPLES TO AUSTRALIA

The Ministry of Health and Medical Services on Wednesday 25 March confirmed three persons are being investigated for possible suspected coronavirus (COVID-19) infection.

Lockdown a possibility, says PMO chief of staff


THE Government is likely to lock down the country in an event the first COVID-19 case is confirmed.

SIMA calls for total ban


THE Government, without exceptions, should stop all foreigners coming into the country if it is to prevent the coronavirus from reaching our shores.

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