Another option for cannery buses

Tuesday, April 7
We reported earlier about Governor Lolo Moliga’s instructions to the Coronavirus Task Force to inform StarKist Samoa that the government will pay for additional buses to transport employees due... Read More at Talanei.com.

Why asymptomatic group is a concern

Tuesday, April 7
While the territory has not recorded a confirmed case of Coronavirus, health officials are concerned of a particular group that may be carrying the virus and spreading it to others... Read More at Talanei.com.

Governor thanks donors to COVID-19 response

Tuesday, April 7
Businesses, organizations and campaign parties have made contributions to the government to help it help in the response to the coronavirus pandemic. These include 5,000 pounds of fish from... Read More at Talanei.com.
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Telecom Regulator says no 5G in Samoa

Tuesday, April 7
The Samoa Office of The Regulator, which regulates and monitors all telecommunications operations in the country, has issued a statement against social media based allegations of a link between COVID... Read More at Talanei.com.

ABLE donates locally made masks to DOH

Tuesday, April 7
ABLE, Agency for Better Living Endeavors, delivered to the Department of Health last Friday 200 masks to be used by health workers. ABLE Board Chair Kimberly Lutu Fuiava shared, “... Read More at Talanei.com.

DOH awarded $740,000 for COVID-19 response

Monday, April 6
The Department of Health is receiving a second health grant – this one $740,000 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) specifically to support our COVID-19... Read More at Talanei.com.
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ANZ Bank not ready to roll out Paycheck Protection Program

Monday, April 6
ANZ Bank needs a bit more time to roll out the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program, according to ANZ Country Manager Tasi Scanlon. She said they ancitpate... Read More at Talanei.com.

One bus driver sentenced, another pleads not guilty

Monday, April 6
Two bus drivers were arrested last week and made their appearances in District Court for violating conditions fo the COVID-19 emergency declaration. Specifically the rule stating that each bus... Read More at Talanei.com.

Parliament approves $WS66.3 million stimulus package

Monday, April 6
The Samoa Government has passed a $ST66.3 million stimulus package in an emergency meeting of Parliament this morning. Parliament set aside House Standing Orders to allow a fast passage... Read More at Talanei.com.
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Cabinet member challenges quarantine, is released

Monday, April 6
A legal threat from an off island lawyer for Acting Director of Youth and Women Affairs Pau Roy Ausage saying the American Samoa Government was acting illegally in enforcing the... Read More at Talanei.com.