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The government is now tightening its finances as the strain of COVID-19 hits hard on its pocket.

Economic Impact of COVID-19: Government Braces Itself

With repatriation flights set to re-start in the coming weeks, the government is bracing itself for the huge costs involved.
Solomon Islands Government’s assistance will include repatriating overseas staff to Honiara and measures to ensure critical activities can continue in the event of a lockdown.

FFA Thanks Solomon Islands Government for its Support During the Pandemic

The Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency has expressed its gratitude to the Solomon Islands Government for its assistance throughout the COVID-19 period, during a visit by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs & External Trade, Mr Collin Beck, to FFA Headquarters.
"The fire could have been caused by a solar power battery and inverter inside the building. But investigations will continue to confirm this or otherwise."

Police Investigates Burning of Aola Post

Officers of the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) at the Henderson Police Station are investigating the burning down of the Aola Police Post in East Guadalcanal on 17 October 2020.
Prime Minister Sogavare said it is important that all persons in quarantine must adhere to Covid-19 preventative measures.

We Can Reclaim Our COVID-19 Free Status

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare says Solomon Islands can reclaim its status as a COVID-19 free country, if we eliminate the virus within the quarantine station.
“The results will tell us which way the Covid-19 situation is heading within our quarantine stations, so we await the results in anticipation,” he said.

Chengs Classified as High-Risk Station: PM

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has disclosed that Chengs is now classified as a high-risk quarantine station.