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Papua New Guinea coronavirus outbreak tracker

The first case was reported on March 20th 2020. The latest Papua New Guinea coronavirus statistical charts and information. Papua New Guinea widget.

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Infected

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Deaths

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Recovered

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New Cases Today

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New Deaths Today

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Serious Cases

A combined chart of the coronavirus outbreak in Papua New Guinea since the outbreak began, the first reported case in Papua New Guinea was March 20th 2020 19 days ago.

A chart of the 2 coronavirus case(s) in Papua New Guinea since the outbreak began, the first reported case in Papua New Guinea was March 20th 2020 19 days ago.

A chart of the new Daily cases in Papua New Guinea since the outbreak began, the first reported case in Papua New Guinea was March 20th 2020 19 days ago.


Questions & Answers about coronavirus in Papua New Guinea

These are some of the genereic questions regarding the coronavirus outbreak in Papua New Guinea.

When was the first coronavirus case in Papua New Guinea?

The first coronovirus case in Papua New Guinea was recored on March 20th 2020.

How many people are infected with the coronavirus in Papua New Guinea?

At the moment there are 2 reported cases of people infected with the coronavirus in Papua New Guinea.

How many people have recovered from the coronavirus in Papua New Guinea?

0 people are reported to have recovered from the coronavirus in Papua New Guinea.

How many people have died from the coronavirus in Papua New Guinea?

There has been 0 deaths of people with the coronavirus in Papua New Guinea.

Can I travel to Papua New Guinea?

Because there has been reported cases of the coronavirus recorded in Papua New Guinea it is not advisable to travel to Papua New Guinea just yet if you must please take caution and wear a protective mask and wash your hands at every opportunity.

Is it safe to receive a package from Papua New Guinea?

Yes. The likelihood of an infected person contaminating commercial goods that have been sent from Papua New Guinea is very low and the risk of catching the virus that causes COVID-19 from a package that has been moved, travelled, and exposed to different conditions and temperature is also very low.



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