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SOE Controller: Spike in Covid-19 Cases expected in May

SOE controller David Manning says “No New” cases have been detected in Papua New Guinea with an anticipated 947 test results pending from laboratories in Brisbane Australia.

As far as security operations are concerned, the controller stated that the police, Defence force and correctional services are continuing to support the health response of COVID-19 being instrumental in stopping the spread.

An expected spike in COVID19 related cases is expected for the month of May.

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