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    Breach at quarantine site

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    BY ALFRED PAGEPITU A breach at the high-risk quarantine station at one of the hotels in Honiara’s CBD, where one covid-19 case was detected, took place yesterday. A member of public handed over a package to...

    Call to reinstate SINA

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    BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO GOVERNMENT is being called on to reinstate the nurses’ association SINA since there is no other body to address and promote nurses’ welfare in the country. General Secretary for the suspended Solomon...

    5 new cases

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    Country’s tally reaches 13 as more passengers from high-risk Oct-25 flight test positive to covid-19 BY BARNABAS MANEBONA SOLOMON Islands has registered five new covid-19 cases. Four of the new cases are returning soccer players while the...
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    PM announces five new cases from Auckland flight

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    PRIME Minister Manasseh Sogavare today has announced five new COVID-19 cases in the country. Speaking during his nationwide address today, the Prime Minister said four of the new cases are from our returning soccer players.He...

    Gov’t disclosed nurses benefits

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    BY CHARLES KADAMANA THE government has disclosed how much the members of Solomon Island Nursing Association members (SINA) get with a call for nurses to give back to the country instead of asking for more. Secretary...

    ‘Go back to work’

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    Government urges nurses to abandon sit-in protest and resume duties BY MAVIS N PODOKOLO NURSES on sit-in protest have been asked by government to return to duty. Government has labelled the peaceful sit-in protest staged by nurses,...

    Mangau spots out gaps in covid regulations

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    BY JENNIFER KUSAPA THERE is no provision under the covid-19 quarantine regulation mandating the police to charge people in quarantine throwing out anything from the quarantine centres. Police Commissioner Mostyn Mangau stated this during his weekly...

    PM urged to attend to claims of frontliners

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    OPPOSITION leader Matthew Wale is calling on the Prime Minister to take urgent steps to address the allowances of front-line officers in the fight against covid-19, which had been revealed as being unpaid since...

    ESP fisheries, tourism applications cleared

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    THE first round of assessment of all applications towards the Economic Stimulus Package under Fisheries and Tourism sectors completed the entire screening process this week. That’s according to the ESP Oversight Committee of the national...

    4 new cases

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    BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO THE country has recorded four new cases of covid-19. This brings the national tally to eight cases in total; four active, four inactive and fully recovered. All four new cases are asymptomatic, continuing...