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NEMC Statement
08th September, 2021 Repatriation of Tongan nationals (and residents) from Fiji is currently suspended due to the high risk of COVID-19 delta variant entering into Tonga. The Government of Tonga cannot allow the delta variant to enter Tonga nor take on this high-risk exercise at this point in time. The stranded Tongan nationals in Fiji, both in transit and students, are being supported by the Tongan Government with living allowances. At this stage, the suitable strategy for those intending to return home is to get vaccinated. The Government of Tonga’s National Emergency Management Committee (NEMC) continues to assess and review the situation in Fiji whilst aiming for the vaccination coverage in Tonga to attain around 70% by the end of the year. The Air Vanuatu flight which arrived in Tonga on 26th August 2021 brought in 14 Chinese nationals who were based in Vanuatu since June 2021. They were approved by the Government of Tonga to implement a development project and they fulfilled the strict requirements dictated by health criteria before entry into the Kingdom of Tonga; a country that is still COVID-19 free.....
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Understanding the New Digital Normal:
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Talatalanoa Program conducted on the 8th of April 2021 for Palace Office
Talatalanoa Program - Eua
Presentations were made on the following: 1. Public Service Code of Ethics and Conduct 2. Public Service Social Media Guideline 3. Public Service Policy Instructions (new instructions) The PSC Office would like to acknowledge all the Government Ministries in 'Eua for your participation which made this program a success. We would also like to acknowledge the Office of the Government Representative for 'Eua, for assisting us in the logistics of our meetings. Fakatauange ke fai tapuekina aipe kimoutolu 'e he 'Otua Mafimafi, mo ne fakaivia mai kimoutolu koe'uhi ko homou ngaahi fatongia ki he Pule'anga 'o Tonga.
Talatalanoa Program was conducted on the 23 – 25 February, 2021 for Government Ministries in Ha’apai
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