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American Samoa Medicaid State Agency director Sandra King-Young
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Gov. Lolo Matalasi Moliga has the final say if there is to be another medical charter to Hawai’i, as the LBJ Medical Center is pondering over a possible second one due to the increase of patients needing medical attention. This is according to American Samoa Medicaid...
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Gov. Lolo Matalasi Moliga has instructed health and hospital leaders along with physicians to come up with a plan, which includes recommendations, on how the government would carry out a repatriation flight to bring home American Samoa residents stranded in the U.S. The...
COVID-19 TASK FORCE MEMBERS AT FONO
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The American Samoa Coronavirus Task Force is taking it one step at a time to find ways to bring local residents stranded in Hawaii and the mainland back home without facing any consequences afterwards from the coronavirus. This was the statement by Dr. John Tufa, a...
A Talofa Airways plane on the tarmac at Pago Pago Int'l Airport
Apia, SAMOA — Returning Samoa residents on the repatriation flights between the two Samoas that began Wednesday are not required to go into quarantine once they reach Samoa. Flights operated by Samoa Airways and the privately owned Talofa Airways are being coordinated by Samoa’s Ministry of Foreign...
Gov. Lolo Matalasi Moliga
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The number of local residents stranded in Samoa needing repatriation back to American Samoa has been reduced down to just over 200, while a meeting was scheduled for yesterday to finalize the ASG repatriation plan, says Iulogologo Joseph Pereira, chairman of the...
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Apia, SAMOA — The repatriation flight originally announced by Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi to be scheduled for the 19th of May, then rescheduled to this Friday 22nd May has once again been postponed by a further seven days to next Friday 29th of May. Potential passengers have been...
NZers at Samoa airport wait to catch their repatriation to Auckland
Auckland, NEW ZEALAND — An Air New Zealand plane is repatriating at least 200 people from Apia to Auckland but will not be taking any passengers back to Samoa. The airbus was also delivering essential supplies to Apia. The round trip would be made in one day without a need for crew changes. Earlier...