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amoa Environmental Protection Agency employee decorating for a scaled-down Flag Day celebration
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Compared to previous years with many festivities including fautasi races, this year’s Flag Day ceremony set for Friday morning Apr. 17th, will be a very scaled back, small event marking the 120 years since American Samoa became part of the United States family. Speaking...
Dear Editor, The decree on social distancing in preventing contact or spread of the COVID-19 virus is the best we can do as we prepare and await for off island assistance. The future of the state of economy and the spread of this virus is taking precedence on our attention. A house full of aiga is...
Dear Governor Lolo Matalasi Moliga, Please define for American Samoa Social Distancing because what I am seeing happening right now is militant tactics as if we were at Code Martial Law.  We are still at Code Blue.  Please stay the course and don't give in to these fear tactics and militant...
Sign at Lions Park saying Park Closed
Children's playground section of Lions Park, last Friday with a “Park Closed” sign posted in the front next to the road. Department of Parks and Recreation posted several of these signs throughout Lions Park and other public parks, which are all closed in accordance with provision of the Governor’s...
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Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — All religious services are to be suspended effective today, Apr. 3rd, under Gov. Lolo Matalasi Moliga’s Third Amended Emergency Declaration for the coronavirus pandemic issued Wednesday night, while ASG’s change in staffing level was effective Monday this week. Both...
Gov. Lolo Matalasi Moliga
Pago Pago, AMAERICAN SAMOA — With allegations of bingo games and large family gatherings still occurring in the community, despite the governor’s COVID-19 emergency declaration, Gov. Lolo Matalasi Moliga has implored Secretary of Samoan Affairs, Mauga T. Asuega, “to please lean on pulenu’u and fa’...
Gov. Lolo Matalasi Moliga
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Government employees required to work from home at this time due to the governor’s emergency declaration to combat the coronavirus, will be strictly monitored and will not be paid if the person does not comply with set regulations —that they do not venture outside unless...
City Mill Hardware in Hawaii Kai, Hawai’i now features tape lines, 6 ft apart
Most retail stores, like City Mill Hardware in Hawaii Kai, Hawai’i now feature tape lines, 6 ft apart to encourage social distancing.   [Photo by Barry Markowitz,  courtesy Ruby Red Cafe, 3/23/20, 3:45pm]
School group
O se tasi lea o vasega o fanau fa’apitoa ua aooga i Matafao Elementary ma o latou faia’oga ua aofia i lea fo’i ata.  Schools are no longer open as the coronavirus emergency declaration expands its provisions to safeguard the public. In particular, no gatherings of 10 or more people are allowed — ...

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