People getting vaccinated in Samoa during a vaccination drive
Yesterday was the second and final day of lockdown in Samoa with health authorities going door to door to administer Covid-19 vaccines. Around 7,000 doses of AstraZeneca were administered on Thursday as part of the two-day roll out. Despite the strict lockdown, from 8am to 6pm, it is not compulsory in Samoa to get vaccinated. Those willing to have the jab have been instructed to place red flags at the entrance to their dwellings. [photo: RNZ Pacific/Autagavaia Tipi Autagavaia]
CSM Selau Aiava Jr. and family
SGM Selau Aiava Jr., was recently promoted to Command Sergeant Major and will be transferring to Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas. He is the son of Selau and Peaoe Aiava from village of Pago Pago. Pictured here is CSM Aiava with his lovely wife Noe Hoching-Aiava and their children, Ma’Kley, Selau III, Smith and Sakariah. Missing is their son SPC Mathias Aiava currently serving at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. [courtesy photo]
Tafuna High School students and DOC personnel during Coast Weeks
Tafuna High School students, and Commerce Department (DOC) officials pose for a photo late last week following an educational tour of the Nu'uuli wetlands area, as part of Coast Weeks in the territory last week. [photo: DOC]
Fo’i Shaw, Justus Tavai and Isaiah Tufaga
Fo’i Shaw, Justus Tavai and Isaiah Tufaga honor their Alma Mater, a post game tradition for the University of Hawaii Football Team.  The University of Hawaii Rainbow Warriors were defeated by San Jose State University Spartans 17-13 in an extremely close, well battled game, at UH' s Clarence T.C. Ching Complex, Honolulu, Hawaii. [photo: Barry Markowitz, courtesy Bluesky Communications]

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