A national Covid-19 treatment centre has opened in Port Moresby

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A radio news bulletin carried today by Radio New Zealand said Papua New Guinea has opened a national Covid-19 treatment centre in Port Moresby.

The facility had been made possible by the PNG Sports Foundation.

Called the National Response Centralised Facility and run by Dr Gary Nou, it will serve Gul, Central and the National Capital District, but also be on standby for other PNG provinces.

The Post Courier newspaper reported the hospital had 76 beds, and was staffed with 13 doctors, 20 nursing officers and 20 community health workers.

PNG has two confirmed cases of Covid-19 but the country’s ability to test for the virus was limited.

Source.  Radio New Zealand.

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Frank Short

www.solomonislandsinfocus.com

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Frank Short
Frank Short is British with Australian citizenship.He served as the Commissioner of Police in the Solomon Islands from 1997 to 1999.In early 2014 he launched his charitable website - www.solomonislandsinfocus.com - to aid worthy causes in the Solomon Islands, especially the national medical services, the disabled, women's organizations and those suffering from domestic and family violence. He was appointed CBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours, 1999.Detailed bio on http://www.solomonislandsinfocus.com/about-frank-short.html
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