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Timeline and information

From March 18 Papua New Guinea requires everyone traveling to the country from coronavirus affected nations to go into a 14-day quarantine. Travelers from Italy, South Korea, Iran, China, and Japan have to go into a quarantine outside Papua New Guinea.

The Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, James Marape, told news outlets that he will introduce a 60-day ban on cruise ships and on official overseas travel by all public servants.

A special surveillance system is monitoring the movements within the country itself. It is not possible anymore to travel to Indonesia and to cross the sea borders between Bougainville and the Solomon Islands [Source].

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Flag of Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea

Capital Port Moresby
Time In Capital
Population 8,6 million (2018)

Current Restriction Level: High


Last validated on April 03, 2020:

Papua New Guinea has extended its state of emergency on April 2nd with another two months.

1

Confirmed Cases

0

Reported Deaths
Latest update April 01, 2020 [Source]

Latest News Updates

We increased the level of restrictions of Papua New Guinea from Unknown to High [..]

March 24, 2020

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