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29 July 2021
COVID-19 – the Pacific Response: 29 July 2021
Papua New Guinea and Fiji are facing large budget deficits in the wake of COVID-19, while Australia is set to surpass one million vaccines delivered to the Pacific, Hugh McClure writes. There are now more than 17,000 active COVID-19 cases in isolation in Fiji, after the country recorded its worst day of the pandemic to-date, with…Read more
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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