Letters To The Editors

29th March

Letters to the Editor: Sunday March 29, 2020

Support FijiFirst LET’S get behind FijiFirst to support their effort in overcoming this deadly virus. Everyone please be reminded every human is on the edge of life and death and there are glaring examples all...

28th March

Letters to the Editor: Saturday March 28, 2020

Viral change With the arrival of the coronavirus on our shores, we have been told to make changes in how we do things; greeting, association in terms of numbers (20), movement through self-isolation etc. Watching the presentation of the supplementary budget last night (Thursday, March 26), my hope was that the virus would also have...

27th March

Letters to the Editor: Friday March 27, 2020

Tokyo Olympics Finally, relief as the Tokyo Olympic Games has been postponed until next year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Olympic Games was postponed by the International Olympic Committee and host country Japan. I’m glad that via yesterday’s The Fiji Times FASANOC and Team Fiji revealed that they will work together to map a...

Fighting COVID-19

As the war against COVID-19 continues around the globe, we are faced with a moment in time that is already sapping energy and confidence. The World Health Organization last night announced two new countries/territories/areas from the Western Pacific Region (1), and Eastern Mediterranean Region (1) had reported cases of COVID-19. In its situation report, it...

25th March

Letters to the Editor – March 25, 2020

Eliminate COVID-19 risks WHO says that lockdowns are not enough (FT24/3). In an interview with BBC, its executive director Dr Mike Ryan said “what we really need to focus on is finding those who are sick, those who have the virus, and isolate them, find their contacts and isolate them.” Right now our concentration should...

23rd March

Letters to the Editor – March 23, 2020

Advisory discrimination WE are in a state of war with the lethal coronavirus. The crisis is total. The Prime Minister rightly says we are all in this together. Yet the Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MOHMS) persists in refusing to publish its corona advisories in The Fiji Times. Why is this? What is the...

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