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COVID-19: Update by President Lionel Aingimea - Wednesday 13 July 2022



His Excellency President Lionel Aingimea, MP


Wednesday, 13 July 2022


In today's update, the accumulative statistics as at end of Tuesday, 12 July, are as follows:

-             10 new cases

-             4,151 active cases

-             262 tests done yesterday (Tue, 12 July)

-             14,807 tests done this outbreak

-             3,171 cases recovered

-             6 cases admitted to the hospital Acute Care Unit with an additional 3 carers. All patients have mild or no COVID symptoms but have underlying illness.

-             1 death (accumulative)

-             0 critical cases

-             0 ventilation

-             104 houses on lockdown with 1,327 residents.


Yesterday's test results equate to four per cent or approximately one in 26 results being positive, further decreasing the ratio of positive cases. Overall positive tests collected this outbreak is at 31 per cent.


Please practice hand hygiene, wear a mask, keep your distances and keep houses well ventilated.


A total of 110 children aged five to 11 received their first dose yesterday (Tue, 12 July), taking the total to 1,279. Children in this age group have now surpassed 50 per cent vaccination coverage.


With the current soft lockdown in place, Public Health teams will set up vaccination stations for this age group within districts and will conduct house to house vaccination visits.


There are a number of children in home isolation and have not been tested but parents and guardians are encouraged to bring children who are able to get vaccinated sooner rather than later.


Parents and guardians are advised that if your child has COVID, it is better to wait three months from the time of infection to get their first dose. This will help the body increase immunity. Waiting the three months will be more beneficial in terms of building stronger immunity.


However, there is no harm if you want your child to take the shot after recovering from COVID as long as they have no acute illness.


Maintain good hygiene. Always wash your hands with soap and water, wear a mask, keep your distance, and keep houses well ventilated.


If you are self-testing at home please call in to report your result with 192 or visit the link below.


Numbers 191 and 192 are both operational if you would like to enquire or request for assistance.


Register your self-test RAT result with 192 or go online at 



Easing of COVID measures

The National COVID-19 Taskforce advises that Step 1 of easing the national soft-lockdown starts at midnight tonight, 14 July. The following will be in place:


It is recommended that you stay home unless necessary.

You are permitted to leave your homes for reasons of: buying necessary goods and utility services, seeking medical care or to get tested, provide care and support for others, work (if you have been advised to return), education, attend church service or to exercise. Other than the mentioned reasons, leaving your home is still prohibited.


Health Services

-             Their focus is on critical and urgent care; all non-urgent cases will be postponed

-             COVID screening for everyone at entrance of hospital grounds

-             Reduced general out-patient department (OPD) services

-             Limited specialist clinics

-             Separate clinics and ER for COVID positive and non-COVID patients

-             Separate COVID wards and zones will be established within the hospital



-             All students, teachers and support workers must have had at least the first dose of COVID vaccination or have recovered from COVID and are waiting for first dose

-             All teachers and support staff who have taken 2 or 3 doses must contact the education department for your recommencement to work

-             Tertiary education facilities (USP and TVET) will recommence on 18 July. All students must contact the education department or USP to clarify starting dates and resumption of classes

-             Primary and secondary schools remain closed



Workplaces & Business

-             Non-essential activities and services remain suspended

-             Reduced work hours

-             Implement Work from home

-             No bars, including kava bars

-             No gaming activities (betting, bingo etc)

-             No fundraising activities

-             No market days

-             Take-away food and beverage service only




-             Church services recommence Saturday, 16 July

-             Open air, well ventilated venues

-             Must ensure physical distancing (1.5 to 2 metres)

-             Maximum 30 persons indoor whilst ensuring distancing

-             Register names and contact number of attendees (for the purpose of positive case contact tracing)

-             Funerals are permitted with all members from the deceased residence plus up to 30 others, and those conducting the funeral, can attend


Social Gatherings

-             No social gatherings or visitors in your homes unless they are visiting to care for you or considered an essential service

-             No social gatherings, picnics etc in a public place

-             No celebrations or functions including birthdays, engagements or weddings



-             Personal training and non-contact sport and physical activities outdoors are permitted

-             Indoor activities or gyms is allowed only if physical distancing can be maintained

-             No contact team sports or physical activities (football, volleyball, basketball, etc)



-             Incoming passenger travel is permitted from 11 July

-             Passengers aged 12 and over must be fully vaccinated

-             PCR test 72 hours before travelling

-             RAT test on arrival. Isolate in managed quarantine accommodation if positive

-             PCR test day following arrival. Isolate in managed quarantine accommodation if positive


Social Distancing

The distance between persons is 1.5 to 2 meters. It is important that we respect and adhere to these rules. Although some restrictions have been lifted the public is urged to continue wearing masks, sanitise and distancing. Isolate if you are positive.


Those doing home isolation are urged to complete their 13 days isolation period. You then must have 3 days without symptoms before ending Isolation.