First cycle of deployed front liners cleared

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An officer of the Camp Management team distributing water bottles to quarantined persons accommodated at Guadalcanal Beach Resort. Photo courtesy: GCU
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BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO

THE first cycle of front liners who were deployed to front line operations have been cleared as low risks, says Prime Minister Manasseh.

Mr Sogavare said the 20 staffs include six health workers and 14 police officers. They have now since been released and are now back with their families.

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“My good people, in terms of the staff deployment cycle, it has now entered its second cycle, with new staff deployed to front line operations. As part of the deployment cycle, daily risk assessment has been carried out on staff deployed as frontline workers.

“Moreover, a total of 75 nurses and 55 doctors currently working at the National Referral Hospital are now enlisted into the covid-19 deployment roster where they will be deployed for covid-19 operations for two weeks. After completion of the deployment, they will return back to their normal duties,” he said.

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