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Public Awareness, Infection Control and Prevention Strategies Keys To Controlling Spread of COVID-19.
As the numbers of people infected with the new corona virus continue to increase globally, health authorities around the world are working around the clock to find the right treatment and continue to work towards a vaccine. Several clinical trials … Continue reading
Major Public Health Journal Dedicates Supplement Issue To TB Operational Research in Papua New Guinea
A major Public Health Journal – The Union, published by the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, dedicated a supplement issue to TB operational research in PNG. The articles published – authored by PNG doctors and scientists working in … Continue reading
A lot of people reading this article will say – “betel nut chewing is part of our culture. Why do we need a law to control our own culture?” And I agree with all who say this. But the buying … Continue reading
Papua New Guinea now has confirmed cases of Chikungunya. What the public is not aware is that the vector for the virus that causes chikungunya has always been here. It’s the aedes mosquito species. So PNG has always been a “high risk” country … Continue reading
Papua New Guinea has 7 million people and only 2 million has access to some of form of electricity. And even this is in unreliable with regular power blackouts. The 5 million however, do not have access to electricity or … Continue reading