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22 April 2021

COVID-19 – the Pacific response: 22 April

Fiji has recorded its first case of community transmission in 12 months, whilst COVID-19 continues to spread rapidly in Papua New Guinea, Hugh McClure writes. Papua New Guinea (PNG) is hurtling toward 10,000 known COVID-19 cases, with 9,952 cases now confirmed in the country and 91 deaths. Despite the rapid increase in identified cases, health authorities continue to caution that…

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8 Nov 2020 | 30 min

Pacific Lockdown

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Mapping the COVID-19 response in the Pacific.

The map shows that, since the first cases were recorded in the region in March 2020, it has spread to 12 countries and territories, while ten countries and territories remain virus-free – a significant achievement.

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PSC Alumni members play key roles in addressing Pacific security risks. The connections made between Pacific security leaders and officials are a vital contribution towards a more secure and resilient region.

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