If you experience any danger sign, seek medical care immediately at the nearest hospital or health center.
COVID-19 Information Line: 119
Emergency only – Vila Central Hospital (VCH): 112
Emergency only – Doctor in charge, VCH: 22100
Emergency only – Ambulance (Paid/subscriber service): 115
Vanuatu Situation Report – Issued 08 June Covering 07 to 08 June 2022 SUMMARY AND DISEASE BURDEN
Vanuatu Situation Report – Issued 07 June Covering 05 June to 07 June 2022 SUMMARY AND DISEASE BURDEN
Surveillance Update 25 May 2022
The situation can change, with the most recent health information available in Situation Reports. A new Vanuatu Outbreak Alert System was launched on 20 August 2021. This informs the public about outbreaks or increases of communicable disease. For more information on Alert Levels for COVID-19 go here. An updated COVID-19 Health Sector Preparedness and Response plan (version 6) was released in December 2021 and is available here. A Health Roadmap to Safe Recovery lays the path for returning to a ‘new normal’. The Public Health Emergency related to COVID-19 that was initiated on 01 February 2022 was lifted on 16 June 2022 by the Minister of Health.
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People are advised to seek medical care immediately if they have symptoms and are at risk of severe disease OR if they have danger signs of COVID-19. In the case that people have mild symptoms and are not at risk of severe disease, people do not need to seek medical care.
An action chart on what to do if you have COVID-19 symptoms or test position is available
Questions and answers have been developed on testing, quarantine and isolation
This Ministry of Health website includes the latest health information and updates related to COVID-19.