17 mai 2021

Infection prevention and control (IPC) measures implemented by healthcare facilities play an important role in controlling the transmission of COVID-19, other infectious diseases and healthcare associated infections including antimicrobial resistance.

A two-day IPC workshop was held earlier this month with health care workers at the Prince Ngu Hospital in Vava’u Tonga.

28 avril 2021

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The COVID pandemic has created many challenges to Pacific health systems, among these is increasing demand for expanding for testing. Although testing facilities do exist in the Pacific, most were designed to screen primarily for TB. As a result, there is pressing need to repurpose these facilities or add new capacity to meet the demands COVID has created.

4 avril 2021

Au 30 mars 2021, un peu plus de 260 000 doses de vaccin anti-COVID-19 ont été administrées dans 12 Etats et Territoires insulaires du Pacifique : Samoa américaines, Fidji, Polynésie française, Guam, Îles Marshall, Etats Fédérés de Micronésie, Nouvelle-Calédonie, Îles Marianne, Palau , Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée, Îles Salomon, Wallis et Futuna).

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