Mass Burials Authorised Amid Papua New Guinea COVID-19 Surgeon October 29, 2021 at 2:04 am

Papua New Guinea (PNG) authorities have commenced the mass burial of 200 COVID-19 victims to relieve pressure on the Port Moresby General Hospital mortuary after the COVID-19 outbreak in the country worsened. The mortuary was designed to hold 60 bodies around 30 years ago. However, local PNG media The National reported that National Capital District (NCD) Governor Powes Parkop said the mortuary was currently full, with at least 300 bodies stacked on top of each other. “Three more (freezer) containers have been installed to store the bodies, and a mass burial is being planned this week,” Parkop said. “People are dying on arrival (at the hospital) and those who died despite being under the care of the hospital’s isolation centre.” The bodies were reportedly brought from hospital wards and homes to the mortuary as COVID-19 cases surge amid the country’s third wave of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic. The mass …

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