Government of Samoa http://www.youbbbb.cn Fri, 05 Jun 2020 08:52:37 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.4.1 http://www.youbbbb.cn/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/cropped-Government_of_Samoa_Site_icon-Coat_of_arms_of_Samoa-1-32x32.png Government of Samoa http://www.youbbbb.cn 32 32 UN & MNRE go green for World Environment Day, planting over 600 trees http://www.youbbbb.cn/2020/06/un-mnre-go-green-for-world-environment-day-planting-over-600-trees/ Fri, 05 Jun 2020 03:14:44 +0000 http://www.youbbbb.cn/?p=104231 5th June 2020 – Wearing green and getting dirt under their fingernails may not be the usual order of business on a Friday afternoon, but that’s exactly what UN and MNRE Forestry Division staff did today for World Environment Day, when they came together to plant over 600 trees.

Environment Day, celebrated globally on June 5th every year, is the United Nations’ principal vehicle for encouraging awareness and action for the protection of the environment. This year’s theme is ‘Celebrate Biodiversity’, a concern that is both urgent and existential.

UNDP Samoa, in collaboration with the Forestry Division of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, rallied the support of other agencies at the One UN House, Tuanaimato to join in marking this event by planting 550 forest trees, 60 fruit trees from the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, and other ornamental plants at the Faleata Recreational Reserve opposite the UN compound, and in the UN complex.

This is the first in a series of tree-planting events UNDP plans to carry out this year, in a bid to offset carbon emissions from mission-related UNDP travel and electricity usage over the last 12 months. The aim is to turn these emissions into trees to increase the planet’s carbon sequestration capacity, whilst contributing to MNRE’s Two Million Trees Campaign, which has already been exceeded according to the Assistant Chief Executive Officer of the Forestry Division, during today’s event.

“The Two Million Tree Planting Campaign is a national initiative to help advance the cause for sustainable forest management, rehabilitate degraded land areas, preserve water resources and protect biological diversity whilst contributing to mitigating the impacts of climate change. The forest systems are often vulnerable to impacts of human activities, so every tree planted counts. MNRE is pleased to partner with UNDP for the tree planting today to commemorate World Environment Day,” said Moafanua Tolusina Pouli, ACEO, Forestry Division, MNRE.

Today’s event is also part of UNDP’s Greening Moonshot Initiative, launched by the UNDP Administrator, Achim Steiner, in 2019, which aims to reduce UNDP Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions from global operations by 25% by 2025, and 50% by 2030.

“UNDP is committed to “walk the talk”, demonstrating that we run our operations in a resource-efficient, sustainable and accountable way. Becoming carbon neutral is not enough, so as a result, the UNDP Greening Moonshot Initiative was launched, catalysing fundamental changes in UNDP’s organizational culture and business model to confidently walk the climate talk, encouraging local partners to do the same,” said Mr Jorn Sorensen, UNDP’s Resident Representative.

All the saplings planted today were sourced from MNRE’s Forestry Division (for native, forest plants) and the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (fruit trees), as well as ornamental plants from Crystal Samoa Orchids.

The event also provided an opportunity for local impact entrepreneurs, Samoa Green Products Ltd (SGPL), to showcase their nature-based alternatives to single-use plastic and polystyrene, in support of the Government of Samoa’s plastic ban. These include plates, bowls and spoons made from native palm leaves.

For their “Adopt a Plant” office activity, UNDP sourced from SGPL hand-woven baskets containing small desk-plants for staff, as a constant reminder of the importance of greening their daily activities, taking pride in being part of the solution.

-ENDS-

For media queries, please contact:
Laufaleaina Lesa, UNDP Multi Country Office, Samoa|Tel. +685 23670|E: laufaleaina.lesa@undp.org

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AMENDED STATE OF EMERGENCY ORDERS FOR CORONAVIRS: (COVID-19) 03rd June 2020 http://www.youbbbb.cn/2020/06/amended-state-of-emergency-orders-for-coronavirs-covid-19-03rd-june-2020/ Wed, 03 Jun 2020 09:29:24 +0000 http://www.youbbbb.cn/?p=104203 GOVT. PRESS SECRETARIAT; Pursuant to Article 106 of the Constitution, new amendments to the State of Emergency Orders was endorsed by the Head of State, le Afioga ile Ao Mamalu ole Malo, Tuimalealiifano Vaaletoa Sualauvi II this evening.

The full orders with amendments are published below in its entirety:

1. National fasting and prayer:
A national period of fasting and prayer is to be observed by every family in Samoa from Sunday 22 March 2020 until Sunday 29 March 2020 from 6.00am – 12.00pm daily.

2. International travel, planes and ships:
(1) Except in exceptional circumstances approved by Cabinet, all international travel to and from Samoa by plane are ceased.
(2) The following are important under this Order:
(a) For any passengers intending to travel to Samoa, the following considerations and categories of travelers are relevant:
(i) returning residents with returning tickets;
(ii) returning resident students;
(iii) where travel permits or visas for New Zealand have expired;
(iv) the need for essential services for Samoa;
(v) returning resident patients who travelled overseas for medical purposes;
(vi) families with children and persons over the age of 60 years;
(vii) returning resident sports teams and seasonal employees with expired employment contracts;
(viii) general returning residents (tagata lautele);
(ix) any other special and relevant ground for travel to Samoa.
(b) The following mandatory terms for each passenger apply:
(i) a COVID 19 test has been done within three (3) days before departure for Samoa; and
(ii) confirmation of completion of the 14 day quarantine period, before departure for Samoa; and
(iii) to be quarantined on arrival in Samoa for 14 days on following conditions:
A. Costs of accommodation and breakfast for passengers to be bourne by the Government but dinner will be their responsibilities whilst in isolation.; or
B. at the passenger(s) home as approved by the Director General of Heath upon prescribed conditions determined by him or her for approval for self-isolation quarantine;
(iv) prohibit travel for those attending family faalavelave;
(v) for those who have purchased their returning ticket with Samoa Airways Tickets will need to purchase a new returning ticket with Air New Zealand, and liaise with the Samoa Airways on ways to make use of the cancelled ticket; and
(vi) to provide a list of confirmed passengers to Air New Zealand after the usual clearance protocol.
(3) All boats and ships or yachts are prohibited access except:
(a) for trade and petroleum; and
(b) fishing boats approved for offloading, refueling and the restock of necessary supplies only;
(c) any other category of ships, boats and yachts for offloading, refueling and the restock of necessary supplies only.
(4) For fishing boats under (3)(b) the following apply:
(a) a maximum of 2 boats may dock in a day; and
(b) medical and quarantine requirements are to be complied with;
(c) no crew member is to leave the boat;
(d) boat schedules must be submitted to the Samoa Ports Authority (SPA); Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (MAF); Ministry of Police and Prisons Services (MOPPS) and the Ministry of Health (MOH); and
(e) the date of departure from the last port, or the exchange of any crew members whilst at sea, must not be less than 28 days, before arrival at Apia wharf; and
(f) notification of arrival date must be received by the relevant authorities (MAF and SPA) 5 days prior; and
(g) there shall be no exchange of crew members whilst as sea.
(5) The Ministry of Health is to continue with the approved medical clearance of all involved.

3. Public gatherings:
(1) For Church, the following applies:
(a) there shall be one church service on Sabbath day (e.g. on Sunday for EFKS, on Saturday for SDA); and
(b) church services which include general church programmes during the week are permitted except for programmes involving the national gathering of churches, example any gathering of more than one (1) church congregation (so’o, mafutaga tuufaatasi ma isi);
(c) social distancing of 2 meters is to be observed; and
(d) the church Minister (faifeau) is to ensure the 2 meter social distancing in the church is adhered to.
(2) The meetings of villages are permitted on the following conditions:
(a) social distancing of 2 meters is to be observed; and
(b) must not be conducted on Sundays.
(3) The restricted number of no more than 5 people apply to the following:
(a) funerals, traditional title bestowals, birthdays, reunions; and
(b) opening ceremonies for buildings (umusaga);
(4) Weddings may only be permitted to take place in Hotels but are restricted to 50 couples and must finish at 10pm;
(5) All gaming is prohibited except for the following:
(a) Bingo on the following conditions:
i. to be held on Saturdays only;
ii. to be closed at 5.00pm;
iii. in observance of social distancing; and
(b) Casinos may open on the following conditions:
i. from Monday to Saturday at 4:00pm to 4:00am except for Saturday on which it must close at 12.00 midnight;
ii. it must close on Sunday;
iii. in observance of social distancing.
(6) The conduct of sports whether for tournaments are allowed on the condition that organisers must enforce the 2 meters social distancing rule.
(7) Swimming at beaches and rivers is permitted, except on Sunday.
(8) Nightclubs and bars may open on the following conditions:
(a) from 2pm to 10pm from Monday to Saturday and must remain closed on Sunday;
(b) must not sell alcohol to any person under the age of 21 years;
(c) must not allow any person under the age of 21 years to enter its premises;
(d) all fundraising dances are strictly prohibited;
(9) Hotel bars may open on following conditions:
(a) from Mondays to Saturdays only;
(b) from 6:00am to 10:00pm;
(10) Entertainment shows, including Samoan faafiafiaga and floor shows, are permitted on the condition that organisers must enforce the 2 meters social distancing rule;
(11) Theatres may open for normal business hours on the condition that the theatre owners are to monitor and enforce the 2 meters social distancing rule;
(12) Restaurants are opened:
(a) for dining in and take away from 6:00am to 10:00 pm; and
(b) during dining, the restaurant owners are to monitor and enforce the 2 meters social distancing rule.
(13) All people are prohibited from gathering at airports or wharves unless it is for permitted travel.

4. Public transport:
Buses and Vehicles
(1) For bus transport:
(a) buses may continue normal operation; and
(b) no bus service is to operate on Sunday.
(2) Operators of public transport that carry 5 people or less are permitted to continue operation.
Ferries
(3) Ferry services between Upolu and Savaii are on the following terms:
(a) there shall be no ferry services on Sunday; and
(b) ferry services are on Monday to Saturday, operating the normal schedules; and
(c) the shipping authorities are to monitor and enforce the 2 meters social distancing rule during travel.
(4) All persons 60 years and above are strongly advised to adhere with the restrictions under Order 9 (travel restricted to only if seeking medical attention).
(5) A Pensioner who chooses to travel for any reason outside of those under Order 9 will not be able to use the Pension benefit of free travel.

5. Markets, small shops, supermarkets, and businesses:
(1) For markets:
(a) the markets at Savalalo, Fugalei, Salelologa, Vaitele, Taufusi and Afega, and all other flea markets, fish market or any market which the public have access to:
(i) are permitted to open from Monday to Saturday, from 6.00am – 6.00pm; and
(ii) no person is to sleep overnight at any marketplace; and
(b) all markets are closed on Sunday, inclusive of:
(i) the markets at Savalalo, Fugalei, Salelologa, Vaitele, Taufusi, Afega; and
(ii) the Fish Markets at Savalalo, Vaigaga, Fasitoo Uta, Afega, and any other roadside fish selling; and
(iii) any such market where the public has access to.
(2) For supermarkets:
(a) from Monday – Saturday, the opening hours are from 6.00am-7.00pm; and
(b) for Sunday, the opening hours are from 3.00pm-7.00pm; and
(c) this rule for supermarkets does not affect small shops which may operate normal hours.
(3) All businesses must close on Sunday, except:
(a) small shops which may operate normal hours; and
(b) the supermarkets in the restricted opening hours as stated above in (2)(b).
(4) For the purposes of this Order:
(a) “supermarket” is a shop where a person walks in through doors to purchase any groceries, and any other item; and
(b) “small shop” means a small shop with no walk in doors, and where purchase is made through the window opening/s.

6. Street vendors:
(1) There shall be no selling of any goods on any roads or footpaths, or on road islands of Apia, beginning from Mulinuu to EFKS Church Apia, Taufusi including Ah Liki Market to Fugalei.
(2) Children selling goods in public is strictly prohibited.

7. Selling of alcohol
The selling of alcohol by any shop (whether supermarket or small shop) and in hotels must only be done on the following conditions:
(a) from Mondays to Saturdays from 6:00am to 10:00pm;
(b) .must remain closed on Sunday; and
(c) must not be sold to any person under the age of 21 years.

8. Schools:
(1) Schools open on Monday 4 May 2020, until further notice.
(2) The Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture:
(a) is to design and determine appropriate programs and schedules i.e. which classes to attend school on which days of the week, what programs to undertake under the modes of teaching available to MESC at the time, for all schools (church, government, private) and so on; and
(b) is to, as much as possible administer the 2 meter social distancing rules. The schedules and programs under (a) are targetted to assist the Ministry’s attempts to maintain this rule.
(3) Where possible, parents and guardians are encouraged to use private vehicles for the drop off and pick up of children, to discourage crowdedness at schools, bus stops and other public places.
(4) There shall be no crowding in public places such as bus stops and markets by students.

9. Access to Health Facilities:
(1) All persons of the age of 60 and above are encouraged to remain at home and not move out and about in public, unless he or she is seeking medical attention at any health facility.
(2) All persons are prohibited from accessing any health facility unless he or she is seeking medical attention at any health facility.
(3) A person that is admitted to the hospital may:
a. only have one carer to tend to him or her; and
b. only be visited by 2 people at any one time.
(4) All patient care intended for travel overseas under the Samoa Medical Treatment Scheme are hereby suspended until further notice.

10. Restriction for Government services:
(1) The Public Service Commission (“Commission”) is to determine conditions in which employees are to continue working under, with the objective of ensuring minimal spread of infection.
(2) The Commission’s conditions shall apply to all Government Ministries and Public Bodies.
(3) All Government trips overseas are hereby suspended until further notice.

11. Ministry of Health duties:
The Ministry of Health shall ensure to implement awareness programmes for the prevention of the spread the Covid-19.

12. Samoa Police Service:
The Samoa Police Service shall implement this Order.

13. Special Powers of Government Chief Executive Officers:
(1) All Chief Executive Officers of Government Ministries and Public Bodies are empowered to exercise their statutory functions, duties and powers provided under any legislation, or administrative functions for the implementation of the Sector Preparedness and Response Matrix Consolidated for Corona Virus Pandemic (“Response Matrix”).
(2) Cabinet is empowered to make Regulations, Rules or Orders for the implementation of the public sector duties and responsibilities, for
(3) maintaining safety, for the best interests of and the welfare of the country.

14. Emergency Order Offence Notice:
(1) A police officer may serve an Emergency Order Offence Notice on a person who has committed an offence to which this Emergency applies.
(2) A Notice under this Order shall be in the form approved by the Commissioner of Police.
(3) A person who has been served with a Notice may elect to pay the fine stated in the Notice within 24 hours of the issuance of the Notice.

15. Penalties:
(1) A person commits an offence where the person does not comply with any of the above orders (except for Order 2(2)(b)(iii)), attracting the following penalties:
(a) a fine of:
(i) for an individual, a fine of $200 for a first offence, and a fine of $500 for a continuous offence; or
(ii) for an organization or corporation or similar such legal entity, a fine of $5,000 for a first offence, a fine of $7,000 for a continuous offence; or
(b) detainment by the Police not exceeding 3 months; or
(c) both detainment and fines prescribed under paragraph (a).
(2) A person commits an offence where the person does not comply with Order 2(2)(b)(iii) attracting a penalty of $2,000.00
(3) The payment of a fine under this Order, shall avoid any further prosecution for the offence stipulated in the Notice issued under Order 13.
(4) Where a person is convicted of an offence under these Orders, he or she shall be liable to a fine not exceeding $10,000.00 or imprisonment not exceeding 12 months, or both.
(5) Any business that breaches Order 3(8)(b), (c) or Order 7(c) under these Orders will have their business license or liquor licenses, or both, revoked for the duration of the Proclamation of Emergency, in addition to penalties already provided under the relevant legislation regarding business licenses and liquor licenses.

16. Advisory Board – Article 108:
The Advisory Board appointed under Article 108 of the Constitution, shall not incur any liability for actions done in good faith under Article 108.

17. Flexibility of procedures:
(1) Given the pandemic Covid19, procedures of Cabinet and Parliament, may be relaxed during the State of Emergency, so that decision making for the good of the country may continue.
(2) For effective decision making for the country, the above Orders do not bar any urgent and essential meetings of Cabinet and Parliament to take place during the State of Emergency.

18. Financing:
The financing of the implementation of this Order shall be funded by the appropriate budget approved by the Government.

19. Validation:
For the purpose of Order 2, all actions made to implement the requirements from 21st May to date, are treated as valid under this Order.

20. National Disaster Management Plan
These Orders form part of the National Management Plan established under the Disaster and Emergency Management Act 2007.

The Emergency Order 15 issued on 30th May 2020 is revoked.

This Order commences on 3rd June 2020.

Dated this 3rd day of June 2020.
Tuimaleali’ifano Va’aletoa Sualauvi
HEAD OF STATE

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TEUTEUGA O LE POLOAIGA O FAALAVELAVE FA’AFUASE’I MO LE CORONAVIRUS, (KOVITI-19) – 03 Iuni 2020 http://www.youbbbb.cn/2020/06/teuteuga-o-le-poloaiga-o-faalavelave-faafuasei-mo-le-coronavirus-koviti-19-03-iuni-2020/ Wed, 03 Jun 2020 09:26:24 +0000 http://www.youbbbb.cn/?p=104204 OFISA O LE SO’OUPU; I lana Fonotaga FK(20)22 o le Aso Lulu 3 Iuni 2020, na talanoaina ai e le Kapeneta le Pepa PK(20)534 ma faamaonia ai isi aiaiga mo le faanofoesea o tagata malaga mai Niu Sila atoa ai ma isi Teuteuga o Poloaiga mo le COVID19 e pei ona auiliili atu i lalo:

i. Le totogi e le Malo o apitaga mo e ua faanofoesea (quarantine) e aofia ai ma le breakfast, faatasi ai ma le lunch ae totogi e le tagata lava ia lana meatausami i le afiafi;

ii. Le tapu ona faatau atu se ava malosi i soo se tasi e i lalo ifo o le 21 tausaga le matua i soo se vaega;

iii. Le tapu ona ulufale o soo se tasi e i lalo ifo o le 21 tausaga le matua i soo se falepia poo se falekalapu;

iv. Le faaleaogaina o laisene atoa ai ma isi faasalaga i lalo o Tulafono o loo aiaia ai nei pisinisi, pe afai e solia nei aiaiga;

v. Le faataga o faafiafiaga (shows) i totonu o Faletalimalo ae tausisia pea aiaiga o le va o tagata;

vi. Le faataga o faaipoipoga i totonu o Faletalimalo ae faagata i le 50 paga (couples) ae tapuni uma i le 10:00 i le po.
Le amata faamamaluina o nei suiga i le Aso Lulu 3 Iuni 2020 seia toe iai se isi faaaliga.

E faatumauina pea isi aiaiga o Poloaiga o Faalavelave Faafuase’i na mua’i tuuina atu.
O lenei faaiuga na faia i lona tulaga faanatinati e tusa ai ma le Vaega 38(1)? o le Faavae o le Malo Tutoatasi o Samoa.
E faatumauina pea isi aiaiga o Poloaiga o Faalavelave Faaf
1. Vaiaso Anapogi ma le Tatalo:
Ia faamamaluina e aiga uma o Samoa, le vaiaso anapogi ma tatalo mai le Aso Sa 22 Mati 2020 i le Aso Sa 29 Mati 2020, mai le 6:00 i le taeao seia aulia le 12:00 i le aoauli.

2. Femalagaiga Faavaomalo vaalele ma vaa a lalo:
(1) Sei vagana ni tulaga faanatinati e tatau ai ona faataga e le Kapeneta, e tapunia femalagaiga faavaomalo i vaalele.
(2) Mo se faaiuga a le Kapeneta e faatauaina vaega nei:
(a) Mo pasese e toe foi mai i Samoa:
(i) e na o tagata nofo mau i Samoa (returning residents) o loo umia pepa malaga toe foi mai mo vaalele e faataga ona ulufale mai;
(ii) tamaiti o loo aooga i fafo ae ua toe foi;
(iii) ua muta le aogā o pemita poo visa mo Niu Sila;
(iv) tagata o loo moomia vave mo auaunaga taua i Samoa;
(v) o e na auina atu i fafo mo togafitiga faafomai;
(vi) o aiga ma fanau faapea tagata matutua ua silia i le 60 tausaga;
(vii) au taaalo ma tagata galulue faavaitaimi ua uma konekarate faigaluega;
(viii) tagata lautele; ma
(ix) isi mafuaaga e tatau ai ona malaga mai i Samoa.

(e) O aiaiga nei e tatau ona mataituina mo pasese taitasi:
(i) faamaoniga sa fai se COVID 19 test i totonu o le tolu (3) o aso ao lei malaga mai i Samoa;
(ii) faamaoniga sa nofoesea (quarantine) mo le 14 aso a o le’i malaga mai i Samoa;
(iii) e tatau ona faanofoesea pe a taunuu mai i Samoa mo le isi 14 aso:
(a).e faavae i aiaiga ma tuutuuga e faamaonia e le Kapeneta e aofia ai ma le ono totogi (atoa poo se vaega o le tau) e faanofoesea ai; poo
(e).le totogi e le Malo o apitaga mo e ua faanofoesea (quarantine) e aofia ai ma le breakfast, faatasi ai ma le lunch ae totogi e le tagata lava ia lana meatausami i le afiafi;
(i) aofia ai le faanofoesea o tagata i o lotou aiga i luga o aiaiga faatulagaina e le Faatonu Sili o le Matagaluega o le Soifua Maloloina.
(iv) e le faatagaina nisi e malaga mai mo ni faalavelave;
(v) e tatau ia i latou uma o loo umia pepa Malaga a le Samoa Airways ina ia toe totogi pasese i le Ea Niu Sila ma faatalanoa ma le Samoa Airways auala e toe faaaoga ai pepa malaga a lea kamupani pe toe faaola a latou tupe; ma
(vi) le tuuina atu i le Ea Niu Sila le faatulagaina o lisi o pasese i le mae’a ai o lana iloiloga o tulaga uma.
(3) Ua tapu le toe ulufale mai o soo se ituaiga vaa sei vagana ai:
(a) vaa oloa ma vaa suauu; ma
(e) vaa fagota mo le la’u ese o a latou uta (offload) ma le utuina (refuel) ma mo sapalai moomia; ma
(i) nisi ituaiga vaa, e aofia ai vaa failā ma nisi, e faamaonia e le Kapeneta mo le utuina (refuel).
(4) Mo vaa fagota e faatagaina i lalo o le (3)(e) o aiaiga nei e tatau ona mataituina:
(a) e tai lua (2) vaa i le aso ma ia usitaia siaki mo le soifua maloloina (quarantine); ma
(e) tapu ona o ese le auvaa mai i le vaa; ma
(i) faamalosia le tuuina mai o le polokalame o femalagaiga o vaa fagota e fia ofi mai i le atunuu i le Pulega o Uafu ma Taulaga, Matagaluega o Faatoaga ma Faigafaiva, Matagaluega o Leoleo ma Falepuipui, ma le Matagaluega o le Soifua Maloloina; ma
(o) ia lē i lalo ifo o le 28 aso talu ona tuua e le vaa fagota le uafu mulimuli sa taula ai, poo se fesuiaiga o le auvaa a o le’i taunuu mai i le uafu i Matautu; ma
(u) ia faailoa mai le talosaga a soo se vaa fagota i le Pulega o Uafu ma Taulaga ma le Matagaluega o Faatoaga ma Faigafaiva e fia ulufale mai i Samoa i totonu o le lima (5) aso ao lei taunuu mai i le uafu i Matautu; ma
(f) e tapu le fesuiai o auvaa i ogasami poo nisi galuega faatino i luga o le vaa e aofia ai isi vaa fagota.
(5) Ua faatonuina le Matagaluega o le Soifua Maloloina ina ia matua faamalosia puipuiga mo tagata uma.

3. Potopotoga i nofoaga faitele:
(1) I tuutuuga nei e tatau ona utagia mo tapuaiga (lotu):
(a) e tasi le sauniga lotu i le Aso Sapati (faataitaiga, SDA – Aso Toonai, EFKS – Aso Sā); ma
(e) tatala tapuaiga lotu i aso o le vaiaso, e aofia ai polokalame a lotu ae tapu Polokalame poo lotu tuufaatasi a Ekalesia (faataitaiga soo poo mafutaga tuufaatasi ma isi); ma
(i) e fautuaina le fuafuaina lelei o le vā o tagata taitoatasi; ma
(o) e lafo atu i faifeau latou te faamalosia le faamamaluina o le vā o tagata i totonu o malumalu tapuai.
(2) Ua tatala fonotaga a Nuu i aiaiga nei:
(a) ia tausisia le faamamaluina o le va o tagata (social distancing);
(e) le tapu ona faatinoina o ni fonotaga i Aso Sa.
(3) E tapu le faia o ni potopotoga i nofoaga faitele uma e sili atu i le lima (5) tagata mo faamoemoe nei:
(a) maliu, saofai, aso fanau, faatasiga aiga (reunion); ma
(e) faaulufalega poo le umusaga.
(4) E faataga faaipoipoga i totonu o faletalimalo ae faagata i le 50 paga (couples) ae tapuni i le 10:00 i le po.

(5) E tapu ona faatino ni taaloga tau tupe sei vagana taaloga o loo taua i lalo:
(a) Taaloga bingo i lalo o aiaiga nei:
i. faatino i le Aso Toonai; ma
ii. faagata i le 5:00 i le afiafi; ma
iii. ia tausisia le va faatulagaina o tagata (social distancing);
(e) taaloga i casino i aiaiga nei:
i. tatala mai le Aso Gafua i le Aso Toonai, mai i le itula e 4:00 i le afiafi, i le itula e 4:00 i le vaveao, seia vagana ai le aso Toonai e tatau ona tapunia i le 12:00 i le valuāpō;
ii. ae tapu le Aso Sā;
iii. ia tausisia le va faatulagaina o tagata (2 meter social distancing).
(6) E tatala taaloga uma ae tatau i pulega o taaloga ona faamalosia le va faatulagaina (2 meter social distancing) o tagata mo le au maimoa:
(7) E tatala le taeele i matafaga ma vaitafe i aso uma o le vaiaso ae tapu i le Aso Sā.
(8) Ua tatala falekalapu ma pā pia i lalo o aiaiga nei:
(a) mai i le 2:00 i le aoauli i le 10:00 i le po mai i le Aso Gafua i le Aso Toonai, ae tapu le Aso Sā; ma
(e) tapu ona ulufale o soo se tasi e i lalo ifo o le 21 tausaga le matua i soo se falepia poo se falekalapu;
(i) e tapu le faatinoina o ni polokalame o suega tupe.
(9) O pā pia i totonu o faletalimalo e mafai ona tatala mai le Aso Gafua i le Aso Toonai mai le 6:00 i le taeao i le 10:00 i le po. E tapu ona tatala i le Aso Sa.
(10) E tatala faafiafiaga (shows) i totonu o fale tali malo ae tausisia pea aiaiga o le va o tagata.
(11).E tatala fale tifaga ae faamalosia pea le va o tagata (social distancing).
(12) E tatala fale’aiga mo taumafataga ma le oka e aveese (take away) mai i le 6:00 i le taeao i le 10:00 i le po ma e tatau i faipisinisi o fale’aiga ona mataituina ma faamamaluina le 2 mita o le vā o tagata (social distancing).
(13) Ua tapu nei ona toe tumutumu tagata i nofoaga o femalagaiga e pei o malaevaalele ma uafu, se’i vaganā o tagata e malaga.

4. Femalagaiga faalotoifale:
Pasi ma Taavale laupasese
(1) Mo auaunaga o pasi:
(a) ua tatala le femalagaiga o pasi i taimi masani; ma
(e) e tapu le feoai o pasi i le Aso Sā.
(2) E faataga le faaaogaina o taavale la’u pasese laiti, e i lalo o le lima (5) pasese, ma taavale a aiga pe a moomia.

Vaa
(3) O femalagaiga i tagata lautele i luga o Vaa i le vā o Upolu ma Savaii i lalo o aiaiga nei:
(a) e tapu le feoai o vaa i le Aso Sā; ma
(e) mai le Aso Gafua i le Aso Toonai e feoai vaa i taimi masani;
(i) e tatau i le Ofisa o Va’a ona mataituina ma faamamaluina le 2 mita o le vā o tagata (social distancing) i taimi o femalagaiga.
(4) Mo tagata uma e 60 tausaga ma luga atu, e fautuaina pea le usitaia o aiaiga o le Poloaiga 9 (malaga mo se togafitiga matuā moomia mo mafuaaga tau soifua maloloina).
(5) Soo se tagata penisione e malaga mo se mafuaaga e i fafo atu o aiaiga o le Poloaiga 9, o le a lē agavaa i le malaga fua i lalo o le tulaga tau penisione.

5. Maketi, Faleoloa, Supamaketi ma Pisinisi:
(1) Mo maketi uma:
a. e aofia ai maketi i Savalalo, Fugalei, Salelologa, Vaitele, Taufusi ma Afega, maketi o i’a ma isi ituaiga maketi i nofoaga faitele:
(i) e faatapulaa itula e tatala ai mai le 6.00 i le taeao i le 6.00 ile afiafi; ma
(ii) ua tapu ona toe momoe ai nisi i nei nofoaga i le po;
(e) e tapu ona tatala i le Aso Sā e aofia ai:
(i) maketi i Savalalo, Fugalei, Salelologa, Vaitele. Taufusi; ma
(ii) maketi o i’a i Savalalo, Vaigaga, Fasitoo-Uta, Afega ma so’o se faatauga i’a i autafa o auala; ma
(iii) so’o se ituaiga maketi i nofoaga faitele.
(2) Mo Supamaketi:
(a) mai le Aso Gafua i le Aso Toonai e tatala i le 6.00 i le taeao – 7.00 i le afiafi; ma
(e) mo le Aso Sā, e tatala i le 3.00 i le aoauli – 7.00 i le afiafi; ma
(i) mo faleoloa laiti, e faaauau fefa’atauaiga i taimi masani.

(3) E tapu ona tatala soo se pisinisi i le Aso Sā vagana:
(a) faleoloa laiti, e fa’aauau fefa’atauaiga i taimi masani; ma
(e) Supamaketi i taimi faatapula’a ua taua i luga i le (2)(e).
(4) Mo le faatinoina o lenei poloaiga:
(a) o le “Supamaketi” e faatatau i fale oloa e faaoga faitotoa e ulufale atu ai le tagata e fa’atau ai oloa (groceries ma isi);
(e) “faleoloa laiti” o faleoloa e le o iai ni faitotoa mo le ulufale o tagata ae tu le tagata faatau i fafo o le faamalama ma fai lana faatau.

6. Faatau oloa i magaala ma tafaala:
(1) Ua tapu nei ona toe fa’atau savali, pe toe faatau ni oloa i magaala ma tafaala o le taulaga i Apia e afua atu i Mulinuu, i le to lotu EFKS Apia, Taufusi ma Fugalei.
(2) Ua matuā tapu ona toe faatau savali e tamaiti ni oloa i soo se taimi.

7. Faatauina o le Ava Malosi:
O le faatauina o le ava malosi i soo se faleoloa (faleoloa laiti ma supamaketi) ma pa pia i totonu o Faletalimalo e faatauina i aiaiga nei:
(a) e na o le Aso Gafua i le Aso Toonai mai i le 6:00 ile taeao i le 10:00 i le po;
(e) e tapu le Aso Sā; ma
(i) e tapu ona faatau atu i soo se tasi e i lalo ifo o le 21 tausaga le matua i soo se vaega.

8. Aoga:
(1) E tatala uma aoga i Samoa i le aso Gafua 4 Me 2020 seia iai se isi faaliga.
(2) E tuuina atu i le Matagaluega o Aoga, Taaloga ma Aganuu:
(a) tapenaina o polokalame ma faatualagaga o aso taitasi e faatino ai aoga mo aoga uma (ekalesia, aoga tumaoti); ma
(e) unaia le mulimulitaia o le va o tamaiti (social distancing) i potu aoga e atagia ai puipuiga mai le faamai.
(3) E fautuaina matua i le faaaogaina o taavale e momoli ai fanau pe a mafai, ina ia faaitiitia ai le tumutumu i pasi ma nofoaga faitele.
(4) Ia faaiititia le soona tumutumu o tamaiti aoga i nofoaga faitele e pei o fale faatalipasi ma maketi.

9. Falema’i, ma’i, tausima’i ma siigama’i:
(1) Ia faaitiitia le soona feoai, ae maise i latou ua 60 tausaga ma sili atu le matutua, se’i vagana ua mātuā moomia ona vaai se fomai.
(2) Ua matua tapu ona toe ulufale se tagata i soo se falema’i sei vaganā ai, ua moomia ona vaai se foma’i.
(3) Mo le tagata ua taofia:
(a) ua nā o le tasi le tagata tausima’i e faataga; ma
(e) e nā o le toalua (2) tagata e faataga mo asiga.
(4) Ua taofia ona toe auina atu i Niu Sila o gasegase mo togafitiga i lalo o le Polokalame masani le Malo, seia toe iai se isi faaliga.

10. Aiaiga mo galuega a le Malo:
(1) Ia faatino e le Komisi o Galuega a le Aufaigaluega a le Malo, (“Komisi”) ni aiaiga e alagatatau ona faatino mo tagata faigaluega a le Malo, e faitiitia ai le ono pipisi o le fa’ama’i e pei o le galulue mai i le fale e faaaoga ai initaneti.
(2) O aiaiga e faataatia e le Komisi, e aiaia uma ai Ofisa ma Matagaluega a
le Malo.
(3) Ua taofia uma malaga faalemalo i atunuu i fafo seia toe iai se isi faaaliga.

11. Tiute o le Matagaluega o Soifua Maloloina:
Ia faatinoina e le Matagaluega o Soifua Maloloina le unaia o polokalame falauiloa o le puipuiga o le pipisi o le fa’ama’i o le Korona Vairasi 19, mo le nofo silafia o le atunu’u.

12. Malosia’ga o le Matagaluega o Leoleo:
Ua tuuina atu ile Matagaluega o Leoleo le malosiaga e faatino ai le mata’ituina o lenei Poloaiga.

13. Malosiaga faapitoa o faauluuluga o Matagaluega:
(1) Ua tuuina atu le malosiaga i faauluuluga o Matagaluega ma Ofisa uma o le Malo, o loo iai ā latou malosiaga fa’aletulafono e faatino ai ia malosiaga faaletulafono, faapea ai, malosiaga o faauluuluga e faatino ai
(2) Fuafuaga Mamao a le Malo i le tali atu i le Korona Vairasi 19 (Response Matrix).
(3) E mafai e le Kapeneta ona faia Tulafono Faatonutonu poo tulafono laiti mo le faatinoina o gaioiga uma e Ofisa a le Malo mo galuega e tatau mo le soifua saogalemu o tagata, ma mo le tausiga o le nofo filemu.

14. Pepa faailoa o le Solia o se Poloaiga Faalavelave Faafuasei:
(1) E mafai e leoleo ona tuuina atu le Pepa Faailoa o le Solia o se Poloaiga i soo se tagata ua solia aiaiga o Poloaiga ua faataoto i totonu o Poloaiga mo Faalavelave Faafuasei.
(2) O Pepa Faailoa i lalo o lenei poloaiga e tatau ona faamaonia e le Komesina o Leoleo.
(3) Soo se tagata ua tuuina atu i ai se Pepa Faailoa o le Solia o se Poloaiga, e mafai ona ia totogi le sala tupe ua ta’ua i lea Pepa Faailoa, i totonu o le 24 itula talu ona tuuina atu iai le Pepa Faailoa.

15. Faasalaga:
(1) E solitulafono le tagata e lē usitaia Poloaiga uma (vagana ai le Poloaiga 2(2)(e)(iii)) ua taua i luga, ma o faasalaga nei:
(a) sala tupe:
(i) mo tagata ta’itoatasi, $200 mo le solitulafono muamua, ma le $500 i aso ta’itasi e faaauau ai lea solitulafono; ma
(ii) mo faalapotopotoga faatulafono, $5,000 mo le solitulafono muamua, ma le $7,000 i aso ta’itasi e faaauau ai lea solitulafono; poo le
(e) taofia i lalo o le vaaiga a Leoleo e lē sili atu i le 3 masina; poo le
(i) taofia i lalo o le vaaiga a Leoleo ma le sala tupe i lalo o le parakalafa (a).
(2) E solitulafono le tagata e lē usitaia le Poloaiga 2(2)(e)(iii) ua taua i luga, ma e ono faasala i se sala tupe e $2,000.00
(3) O le totogiina o se sala tupe atoa i lalo o lenei poloaiga, o le a lē molia ai se tagata i se faamasinoga o soligatulafono mo le faasalaga i lalo o le Pepa Faailoa o le Solia o se Poloaiga i lalo o le poloaiga 13.
(4) A faamaonia le solitulafono a se tasi i lalo o nei poloaiga i luma o se faamasinoga o soligatulafono, e mafai ona faasala i se sala tupe e le sili atu i le $10,000 poo le fale puipui e lē sili atu i le 12 masina, poo faasalaga uma e lua.
(5) Mo so’o se pisinisi latou te solia Poloaiga 3(8)(e), (i) poo le 7 (i) o lenei Poloaiga, o lea faaleaogaina laisene pisinisi poo laisene ava malosi faatasi ai ma faasalaga o loo i lalo o Tulafono o loo aiaia ai laisene pisinisi ma ava malosi.

16. Komiti Fautua – Mataupu 108:
O le Komiti Fautua ua faatuina i lalo o le Mataupu 108, e puipuia mai i ni tagi faaletulafono e ono tulai faasaga i le Komiti i le faatinoina o tiute fai i lalo o le Mataupu 108.

17. Taualumaga:
(1) Mo le nofo sauniuni mo se tulaga ogaoga mai auga o lenei faamai Korona Vairasi-19, ia mafai ona faataatia ese Tulafono o taualumaga a le Palemene ma le Kapeneta, ina ia mafai ai pea ona faia ni faaiuga tatau mo le atunuu.
(2) Mo faaiuga tatau, o poloaiga i luga e le taofia ai ni taualumaga faanatinati o le Palemene ma le Kapeneta i lalo o malosiaga o le Tulafono Faavae.

18. Faatupeina:
O le faatupeina o fuafuaga a le Malo i lalo o lenei Poloaiga e faatupeina mai vaegatupe talafeagai a le Malo.

19. Aloaia:
Mo le faatinoina o le poloaiga 2, o galuega uma na faatinoina mai le aso 21 Me e oo mai i le asō, e aloaia i lalo o aiaiga o lenei Poloaiga.

20. Fuafuaga o Faalavelave Tutupu Faafuasei:
O nei poloaiga e aofia i totonu o Fuafuaga o Faalavelave Tutupu Faafuasei (National Disaster Management Plan) e pei ona aiaia i lalo o le Tulafono o le Faafoega o Faalavelave Matuia ma Faalavelave Faafuasei 2007.

Ua soloia le Poloaiga Faalavelave Faafuase’i Numera 15 o le Aso, 30 Me 2020.

O lenei Poloaiga e amata faamamaluina i le aso 3 Iuni 2020.
Sainia i le Aso 3 o Iuni 2020.

Tuimaleali’ifano Va’aletoa Sualauvi II
AO O LE MALO

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SAVALI ISSUE 22: DATED 3 JUNE 2020 | SAVALI 3: ASO 3 IUNI 2020. http://www.youbbbb.cn/2020/06/savali-issue-22-dated-3-june-2020-savali-3-aso-3-iuni-2020/ Wed, 03 Jun 2020 07:07:00 +0000 http://www.youbbbb.cn/?p=104207 OVERSEAS SAMOANS TO VOTE IN GENERAL ELECTIONS?

By Nanai Taofiga Laveitiga Tuiletufuga

Contrary to renewed calls to allow Samoans residing overseas to vote in General Elections, government under no circumstance is stopping any Samoan eligible to vote to be part of the democratic election process, says Prime Minister Tuilaepa Lupesoliai Sailele Malielegaoi.
Opening the electoral rolls for overseas Samoans to cast their ballots as absentee voters during general elections has resurfaced again with Former Prime Minister and Ex-Opposition Leader Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Efi urging Government to amend the electoral laws to this effect.
But the Prime Minister is baffled with the narrow minded thinking by the former PM.

“Lest Tupua forgets, this has been a long standing issue which has been duly addressed by Parliament with amendments to the Electoral Act based on recommendations from Commission of Inquiries established law after every General Elections,” responded the Prime Minister.
“And among those amendments ensures the right for all Samoan eligible to vote to exercise that right without restrains,” said Tuilaepa.
“One mandate approved by Parliament is for all Samoans to satisfy the three year residency requirement to be eligible to vote or run as an election candidate.
“The second is for all election candidates to serve his constituency

for three years (monotaga) to be eligible to participate in general elections.
“This amendment was deliberately included to personify our respect to our resident matais serving their respective villages and constituency day in and day out.
“The greatest insult of all time to our resident Samoan matais is for a candidate who has never provided service or contributed a sene to the village and for thw electoral developments and welfare to pop up from nowhere and claim his right as an election candidate.

“Is he (Tui Atua) really willing to take that gamble and insult our resident serving matais?
“Is he (Tui Atua) prioritizing the rights of Samoans overseas over our residents who are toiling daily to ensure our survival and our people’s daily needs are met?
“To my political opposites, I say this again, Ole ala ile pule ole Tautua. (The way to Leadership is through Service).
On that note, the Prime Minister says that he will not set any precedent when it comes to absentee voting.
“The same issue was presented to past Prime Ministers and they remain firm.
“And who am I a meager servant of the people to change that.”

Tuilaepa is also aware that the Tuiatua is “inciting false hope by provoking the emotions of the voters” using private remittances as an argument to introduce absentee voting.
“It’s no secret that private remittances play a pivotal role in the development of our country.
“But Tupua suddenly forgets or oblivious to the fact the remittances are a direct cash injection to families and relatives here,” said Tuilaepa.
“And the truth of the matter is our families here are reaping the fruits of their overseas relatives’ hard labour from their private remittances and we acknowledge their valuable contribution.

“Remitttances is the life line for families and used for their faalavelaves, to build new homes, buy cars, pay for their day to day necessities and even pay for their children’s education.
“And government is more than appreciative of that fact.
“For Tui Atua to play with the emotions of voters is a conniving ploy, one of his well known political tactic.
“For the record,” concluded the Prime Minister. “Your government is not restraining any Samoan from voting or running in general elections.
“That is the constitutional right of Samoans that cannot and is not taken for granted by my administration.”

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VACANCIES AND ADVERTISEMENTS FROM GOVERNMENT AGENCIES via SAVALI ISSUE 22 DATED 3 JUNE 2020 http://www.youbbbb.cn/2020/06/vacancies-and-advertisements-from-government-agencies-via-savali-issue-22-dated-3-june-2020/ Wed, 03 Jun 2020 04:17:00 +0000 http://www.youbbbb.cn/?p=104208
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His Highness the Head of State’s address for Samoa’s 58th Independence anniversary celebration, 1st June, 2020 Tuimalealiifano Vaaleto’a Sualauvi II Head of State’s Official Residence Vailele http://www.youbbbb.cn/2020/06/his-highness-the-head-of-states-address-for-samoas-58th-independence-anniversary-celebration-1st-june-2020-tuimalealiifano-vaaletoa-sualauvi-ii-head-of-states-off/ Sun, 31 May 2020 21:14:34 +0000 http://www.youbbbb.cn/?p=104199 On this very special day, I greet you in the mighty Name of Jesus Christ. Fifty eight years ago, our country came together in accord, and with so much happiness to celebrate our first independence. Today, we pause to give God the glory and the praises, for His endless grace that has kept our country to survive the torrents of stormy seas and turbulences, over these many years of our independence. 

The unprecedented spread of the pandemic, COVID 19 around the world, has subsequently led to readjustments in the way we operate our duties and responsibilities. We are at abnormal times as we continue to fortify our collective efforts to keep the COVID 19 at bay. As such, this is the first time since the genesis of our independence celebrations that the official programme for this year’s 58th independence celebration is being communicated through television and radios stations, and the Internet.

We welcome our 58th Independence anniversary with the guiding verse of our national anthem, ‘Samoa tulai, ma sisi ia lau fu’a, o lou pale lea, vaai ina fetu o loo ua agiagia mai, o le faailoga lea ua mafai na e tautai’, which translates ‘Samoa let us arise to raise our flag, our crown; see the stars flying therein, symbolising our ability to govern’. Our independence was predestined by God. He gave wisdom and understanding, perseverance and courage to our forefathers to believe that Samoa could govern her own affairs. Today marks another milestone of our independence and we remember and acknowledge with pride and heartfelt thanks the toil and contributions of our forefathers and leaders who championed our Independence and have led our Government and people from the beginning up to this day.

As the first, and oldest State among the independent nations in the Pacific, our country has grown in terms of our population and economic development. A clear direction has been set for the future through sustainable development modalities, plans and priorities of government to provide for the country now, and the generations to come. The knowledge and wisdom of our people have allowed them to confidently devise laws and policies, appropriate resources, and lead the implementation of developments in all sectors of the economy. These have required the close partnership between government Ministries and Corporations and our people, especially the support of our village chiefs and orators, church leaders, women committees, non-government organisations, private sector, and the business community. We acknowledge also with appreciation the love and support of our Samoan people abroad.

I acknowledge with sincere gratitude these joint national efforts and may we continue to embrace all which have enabled our development to progress. More importantly, may we continue to uphold the foundation of our existence through Jesus Christ, the Head of the Christian Faith, and our customs and traditions. Thank you Samoa for loving your country and for being faithful servants to our God. 

Let me acknowledge with utmost appreciation the continuing support and kind assistance of our development partners. Their assistance in many spheres or our economic development is a living testament of genuine partnerships. These have been in existence for years and have grown from strength to strength. Thank you indeed for helping Samoa. We pray for God’s comfort and healing upon their countries and people during this difficult time of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

We should not lose faith and hope with so much happening around us to date.

Our country is grounded on our belief in God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the God of Israel, and the God of Samoa upon whom our Independent Nation is founded. We are also guided by our traditional values and customs in which love and respect for each other strengthen us. Let the Holy Spirit cast down the strongholds of the enemy that try to shaken us or move us. These will all come to pass. Let us remain focused on prayer, fasting and returning glory to our God, and look upon our Lord, who has promised us that He would not leave nor forsake us. Let us also pray for peace amongst us all, and in the world. Let us also pray for the peace of Israel, God’s chosen nation where Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour was born. 

The COVID 19 can be numerically reversed to get the number 91. Psalms 91vividly reminds us that ‘you will not fear any danger by night or an arrow during the day; You will not be afraid of the diseases that come in the dark or sickness that strikes at noon’. ‘At your side, thousands of people may die, or even ten  thousand right beside you, but you will not be hurt”. This is because, God is our refuge, and our strong tower. Let us remain in the shadow of His wings to keep us safe.  

God bless all our people. 

Happy Independence Day Samoa!  

SOIFUA

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Malelega Afioga i le Ao Mamalu o le Malo mo le Tutoatasi, 1 Iuni 2020 TuimalealiifanoVaaleto’a Sualauvi II Maota o le Ao Mamalu o le Malo Vailele http://www.youbbbb.cn/2020/06/malelega-afioga-i-le-ao-mamalu-o-le-malo-mo-le-tutoatasi-1-iuni-2020-tuimalealiifanovaaletoa-sualauvi-ii-maota-o-le-ao-mamalu-o-le-malo-vailele/ Sun, 31 May 2020 21:12:29 +0000 http://www.youbbbb.cn/?p=104198 Lau Susuga i le Taitai o le Sauniga       

Lau Afioga i le Sui o le Fono a Sui Tofia

Lau Afioga i le Alii Palemia ma le Kapeneta, ma Minisita Lagolago 

Lau Afioga i le Faamasino Sili ma Alii ma Tamaitai o le Faamasinoga 

Lau Afioga i le Fofoga Fetalai ma Sui Mamalu o le Palemene 

Members of the Diplomatic Corps poo Sui o Malo mai Fafo

Faauluululuga o Matagaluega ma Faalapotopotoga a le Malo 

Le Paia o le Aufaigaluega Totofi a le Atua

Le Paia o Samoa o loo faafofoga mai i maota ma laoa, ma soo se tafa o le lalolagi. O paia auā Aiga ma a latou Tama, o Tama foi ma Aiga, Tumua ma Pule, Ituau ma Alataua, Aiga i le Tai ma le Vaa o Fonoti.

E ofo alofa atu i le maleifua mai o le atunuu i faguga malie i lenei taeao matagofie, i le lagi e mamā ma le soifua laulelei.

E faatalofa atu foi i le Afioga i le Kovana o Amerika Samoa ma le faigamalo a

Tutuila ma Manu’a. O paia auā le Pulega Faatonu, Le Faamasino Sili ma le Ofisa o Faamasinoga, Le Fofoga Fetalai ma le Peresetene, ma Sui Mamalu o Maota e lua o le Fono Aoao Faitulafono a Amerika Samoa. O paia auā Sua ma le Vaifanua, Fofō ma Aitulagi, Ituau ma Alataua, Saole ma le Launiu na Saelua. Afifio o Faatuiolemotu, Alalatai tootoo o le Faleula ma Upu i le Manuatele.

Ae matau mamalu uma i Paia Silisili o le Atua le Tamā, le Alo, ma le Agaga Paia, o le Atua o Aperaamo, Isaako ma Iakopo; o le Atua o Isaraelu, o le Atua o Samoa, o loo faavae ai lo tatou Malo Tutoatasi.

ē, le sā na teufolau e tafesilafai le ao, lea ua tuta i nuu manaia. Lafo ia le taula i malolo, sei faailo i lagimalie le viiga o le Atua, auā o Ia sa tūtaumua i taisou, ma taialaina lā tatou faigamalaga.

Ua faiva ese lenei tausaga i sauniga mo le faamanatuina o le 58 tausaga o lo tatou Tutoatasi. O loo tatou iai nei i ituaso faigata ma ma’aleale, ona o puipuiga o le atunuu mai le faamai o le koviti 19. E le o toe po malaē i mafatiaga ogaoga ua feagai nei ma le lalolagi, ona o le pepesi o lenei faamai, ma fano ai le toatele o tagata, ma ua solovi ifo ai tamaoaiga o atunuu uma. Peitai o Samoa, o loo saogalemu pea i le puipuiga malu a lo tatou Matai Sili. E afua lava foi ona lape le tatou faatautaiga ona ua tatou faatamala i le musumusuga lilo a le Agaga Paia o lo tatou fesoasoani sili, a ua ta’aina i tatou i tuinanau o le soifuaga faaneionapo i le lē usitaia o lapataiga o le faautautaga tatau .

O le ala lea ua faatino uma ai sauniga o le tutoatasi o lenei tausaga, e faaaoga ai masini ma alaata faaneionapo, e momoli atu ai i le atunuu o loo silasila maimoa ma faafofoga mai, le faatauaina pea o lenei aso iloga i lo tatou tala faasolopito, le aso o le Tutoatasi.

Samoa e, o upu faavae o lenei aso, o loo momoli mai e upu tomua o le Vii o le tagavai o lo tatou Malo Tutoatasi, ‘Samoa tulai, ma sisi ia lau fu’a, o lou pale lea, vaai inā fetu o loo ua agiagia mai, o le faailoga lea o Samoa ua mafai na e tautai’.

Ua 58 tausaga o lou Malo tutoatasi mai le Atua. E te alii-o-aiga Samoa i le saofaiga a Malo uma o atu motu tutoatasi o le Pasefika. O ai na mafua ai? E mavae le fuga matagofie o aatasi, e mou le tafa felofelo o tafa’ilagi, e tafia le malosi ma le poto o le tagata, peitai, o le Mataisau, o le Silisili Ese, o lē Pule aoao, sa ia tautai ma faatonufolau i lau folauga. O lona alofa tunoa o loo ta’ui ma talipupuni ai si o tatou atunuu i matagivale o le soifuaga nei. E manatua ai foi ma le agaga faafetai le tauasaina mai o lo tatou Malo Tutoatasi, ma lona faafoeina e o tatou tuaa ma o tatou taitai, mai i le amataga seia o’o mai i le asō.

Ua tupu le atunuu ma lona atinae, ma ua niuali galuega tetele e tua iai tupulaga o nei ma ē luā. Ua siitia maoae le tomai o tamafanau a Samoa latou te faatonutonu, faufautua ma faafoe le Malo, ma itu mavae uma o le tamaoaiga, e lalago ma sooula ma le Pulega mamalu a Alii ma Faipule, augafaapae, saoao, faletua ma tausi ma le malosi o nuu. Ae ā le sao tele o le aufaipisinisi tumaoti e lalago faatasi ma fuafuaga a le Malo mo le atinae o le tamaoaiga. Ae matua le tu’u i faiva faaositaulaga i le galuega a le aufaigaluega totofi a le Atua, o lo’o tatalo ma talosia faiva o Samoa i aso uma. O lo tatou sa e fautele, auā o Samoa ua fesaua’i gafa, e sootuli ma sootauau, e faisao i le soifua manuia o le atunuu atoa.

Faafetai le galulue ma le tautua atunuu, faamalo le pale, malo le faatoatoa. O galuega lelei uma ua faatino e lo tatou Malo ma ana Matagaluega ma Faalapotopotoga, faapea Ekalesia, pisinisi ma faalapotopotoga tumaoti, o afioaga ma alalafaga, o fanau, aemaise le mamalu o Samoa o loo papaaao i atunuu mamao ma tauave ai pea le igoa pele o si o tatou atunuu o Samoa, ia tatou noanoa ia mo le viiga o le Atua e faavavau.

E momoli atu foi le faamalo ma le faafetai i a tatou paaga mai fafo i lo latou fesoasoani mai pea ia Samoa, i soo se auaunaga o loo latou faatinoina. O lo latou

sao i le atinaeina o Samoa i soo se vala, o loo vaavaalua ma le Malo i galuega auā le manuia lautele o le atunuu. Ia saga faamanuia le Atua i lo latou agalelei. Ia tatou tatalo foi mo le faamafanafanaga a le Atua ma Lana faamalologa, i le feagai ai o o latou atunuu ma le faamai koviti 19.

Le atunuu e, e ui ina o tatou iai i nei vaitau faigata, ia mau pea lo tatou faatuatuaga i le Atua. O auupega ua tuuina mai e Iesu Keriso, o le Ao o le Ekalesia mo ē e faatuatua ma talitonu ia te Ia; o le tatalo ma le anapogi, ma le viiga e le aunoa e tuuina atu ia te Ia. O le faavae papa lea e lē maluelue, e faamanatu mai ai pea ia i tatou pe afai e ta’aliligia matagilēmoe, ma le osofai mai o luitau o le ola nei. E ui foi ina tetele ā pesega ma finagalo e lagalagā i nisi taimi, pei a nunu ai le toau, e matua lava i le ōō. Aisea? Auā o tu ma aganuu a Samoa e faavae i le alofa ma le faaaloalo. O Samoa foi, o le atunuu e faavae i le talitonuga Kerisiano, ma e ta’uta’u faaaliali le Atua i ona upufai o aso uma. O la’u tatalo, ia i ai le filemu o le Atua i lo tatou atunuu, faapea le lalolagi atoa. Ia tatou tatalo foi mo Isaraelu le nuu filifilia o le Atua na soifua mai ai Iesu Keriso lo tatou alii ma le faaola.

O le numera 19 o le faama’i o le Koviti, a feliua’i ona maua lea o le numera 91. Ona ou aumaia ai lea o le mau a le fai Salamo i le lautusi e 91 e faapea, “E te le mata’u i le faama’i e fealua’i i le pogisa, ma le mala e fano ai i le aoatea. E pauu se toaafe i ou tafatafa, ma le mano i lou itu taumatau, ae le taitai ane ia te oe.” Auā o le Alii o lo tatou malu Ia ma lo tatou olo, na te laveaiina i tatou i le faamai e oti ai.

Samoa e, tatou tumau i le paolo o aao alofa o Iesu, tatou te malu ai.

Ia faamanuia tele le Atua i lo tatou atunuu. Ia manuia le faailogaina o le 58 tausaga o lou Malo Tutoatasi, Samoa.

SOIFUA

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Virtual Celebration to Commemorate Samoa’s 58th Independence Anniversary http://www.youbbbb.cn/2020/05/virtual-celebration-to-commemorate-samoas-58th-independence-anniversary/ Sun, 31 May 2020 03:17:58 +0000 http://www.youbbbb.cn/?p=104194 GOVT. PRESS SECRETARIAT; Samoa will celebrate its 58th Independence Anniversary on Monday 1st June, 2020 online with the official opening and closing ceremonies pre-recorded and distributed to media outlets for broadcast and dissemination.

The opening ceremonies, per request from the Independence Coordinating Committee will be aired on television and online simultaneously by our media partners at 7:30am Monday June 01st 2020 with the closing ceremony scheduled for 4:30pm in the afternoon.

The key elements of the official program have been be pre-recorded and have been distributed to all media outlets such as Television, Radio and Online-Media to be broadcast on Monday 1st June 2020, reiterates Agafili Shem Leo, Secretary to Cabinet and CEO of the Ministry of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (MPMC), added the Cabinet Secretary.

“The significant change is due to the impact of the COVID-19 State of Emergency and protective measures as Samoa remains one of the last few countries still free of the virus.”

A member of the Independence Coordinating Committee, Agafili says that the opening ceremonies will include the Independence Proclamation, a Prayer of Thanksgiving, the Independence Address by the Ao Mamalu o le Malo, recorded at his residence at Vailele, then moves to Mulinu’u for the Flag Raising Ceremony by Member of the Council of Deputies, Le Mamea Tuiletufuga Ropati Mualia.

The lowering of the Flag will be conducted by the Ministry of Police.

All these event have already been recorded.

A blessed, enjoyable, peaceful and safe Independence Celebrations Samoa, where ever you are.

God Bless
Government Press Secretariat

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AMENDED STATE OF EMERGENCY ORDERS FOR CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) 30th May 2020 http://www.youbbbb.cn/2020/05/amended-state-of-emergency-orders-for-coronavirus-covid-19-30th-may-2020/ Sat, 30 May 2020 12:37:56 +0000 http://www.youbbbb.cn/?p=104192 GOVT. PRESS SECRETARIAT; By the powers of Article 106 of the Constitution, the Head of State, le Ao Mamalu ole Malo, Tuimalealiifano Vaaletoa Sualauvi II after consultation with Cabinet under FK (20) Special 23 this evening signed into law new amendments to the Orders COVID 19 State of Emergency Orders.

The State of Emergency for the Independent State of Samoa will be extended for another four weeks commencing 3rd June – 2nd July.

The new amendments are incorporated in the State of Emergency Orders signed into law today and published below verbatim;

1. National fasting and prayer:
A national period of fasting and prayer is to be observed by every family in Samoa from Sunday 22 March 2020 until Sunday 29 March 2020 from 6.00am – 12.00pm daily.

2. International travel, planes and ships:
(1) Except in exceptional circumstances approved by Cabinet, all international travel to and from Samoa by plane are ceased.
(2) The following are important under this Order:
(a) For any passengers intending to travel to Samoa, the following considerations and categories of travelers are relevant:
(i) returning residents with returning tickets;
(ii) returning resident students;
(iii) where travel permits or visas for New Zealand have expired;
(iv) the need for essential services for Samoa;
(v) returning resident patients who travelled overseas for medical purposes;
(vi) families with children and persons over the age of 60 years;
(vii) returning resident sports teams and seasonal employees with expired employment contracts;
(viii) general returning residents (tagata lautele); and
(ix) any other special and relevant ground for travel to Samoa.
(b) The following mandatory terms for each passenger apply:
(i) a COVID 19 test has been done within three (3) days before departure for Samoa; and
(ii) confirmation of completion of the 14 day quarantine period, before departure for Samoa; and
(iii) to be quarantined on arrival in Samoa for 14 days:
A. at the places and conditions to be determined Cabinet which may include costs to be bourne by the passenger (either partly or fully) whilst in isolation; or
B. at the passenger(s) home as approved by the Director General of Heath upon prescribed conditions determined by him or her for approval for self-isolation quarantine;
(iv) prohibit travel for those attending family faalavelave;
(v) for those who have purchased their returning ticket with Samoa Airways Tickets will need to purchase a new returning ticket with Air New Zealand, and liaise with the Samoa Airways on ways to make use of the cancelled ticket; and
(vi) to provide a list of confirmed passengers to Air New Zealand after the usual clearance protocol.
(3) All boats and ships or yachts are prohibited access except:
(a) for trade and petroleum; and
(b) fishing boats approved for offloading, refueling and the restock of necessary supplies only;
(c) any other category of ships, boats and yachts for offloading, refueling and the restock of necessary supplies only.
(4) For fishing boats under (3)(b) the following apply:
(a) a maximum of 2 boats may dock in a day; and
(b) medical and quarantine requirements are to be complied with;
(c) no crew member is to leave the boat;
(d) boat schedules must be submitted to the Samoa Ports Authority (SPA); Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (MAF); Ministry of Police and Prisons Services (MOPPS) and the Ministry of Health (MOH); and
(e) the date of departure from the last port, or the exchange of any crew members whilst at sea, must not be less than 28 days, before arrival at Apia wharf; and
(f) notification of arrival date must be received by the relevant authorities (MAF and SPA) 5 days prior; and
(g) there shall be no exchange of crew members whilst as sea.
(5) The Ministry of Health is to continue with the approved medical clearance of all involved.

3. Public gatherings:
(1) For Church, the following applies:
(a) there shall be one church service on Sabbath day (e.g. on Sunday for EFKS, on Saturday for SDA); and
(b) church services which include general church programmes during the week are permitted except for programmes involving the national gathering of churches, example any gathering of more than one (1) church congregation (so’o, mafutaga tuufaatasi ma isi);
(c) social distancing of 2 meters is to be observed; and
(d) the church Minister (faifeau) is to ensure the 2 meter social distancing in the church is adhered to.
(2) The meetings of villages are permitted on the following conditions:
(a) social distancing of 2 meters is to be observed; and
(b) must not be conducted on Sundays.
(3) The restricted number of no more than 5 people apply to the following:
(a) funerals, traditional title bestowals, birthdays, weddings; reunions; and
(b) opening ceremonies for buildings (umusaga).
(4) All gaming is prohibited except for the following:
(a) Bingo on the following conditions:
i. to be held on Saturdays only;
ii. to be closed at 5.00pm;
iii. in observance of social distancing; and
(b) Casinos may open on the following conditions:
i. from Monday to Saturday at 4:00pm to 4:00am except for Saturday on which it must close at 12.00 midnight;
ii. it must close on Sunday;
iii. in observance of social distancing.
(5) The conduct of sports whether for tournaments are allowed on the condition that organisers must enforce the 2 meters social distancing rule.
(6) Swimming at beaches and rivers is permitted, except on Sunday.
(7) Nightclubs and bars may open on the following conditions:
(a) from 2pm to 10pm from Monday to Saturday and must remain closed on Sunday;
(b) all fundraising dances are strictly prohibited.
(8) Hotel bars may open on following conditions:
(a) from Mondays to Saturdays only;
(b) from 6:00am to 10:00pm;
(9) Entertainment shows, including Samoan faafiafiaga and floor shows, in hotels are strictly prohibited;
(10) Theatres may open for normal business hours on the condition that the theatre owners are to monitor and enforce the 2 meters social distancing rule;
(11) Restaurants are opened:
(a) for dining in and take away from 6:00am to 10:00 pm; and
(b) during dining, the restaurant owners are to monitor and enforce the 2 meters social distancing rule.
(12) All people are prohibited from gathering at airports or wharves unless it is for permitted travel.

4. Public transport:
Buses and Vehicles
(1) For bus transport:
(a) buses may continue normal operation; and
(b) no bus service is to operate on Sunday.
(2) Operators of public transport that carry 5 people or less are permitted to continue operation.
Ferries
(3) Ferry services between Upolu and Savaii are on the following terms:
(a) there shall be no ferry services on Sunday; and
(b) ferry services are on Monday to Saturday, operating the normal schedules; and
(c) the shipping authorities are to monitor and enforce the 2 meters social distancing rule during travel.
(4) All persons 60 years and above are strongly advised to adhere with the restrictions under Order 8 (travel restricted to only if seeking medical attention).
(5) A Pensioner who chooses to travel for any reason outside of those under Order 9 will not be able to use the Pension benefit of free travel.

5. Markets, small shops, supermarkets, and businesses:
(1) For markets:
(a) the markets at Savalalo, Fugalei, Salelologa, Vaitele, Taufusi and Afega, and all other flea markets, fish market or any market which the public have access to:
(i) are permitted to open from Monday to Saturday, from 6.00am – 6.00pm; and
(ii) no person is to sleep overnight at any marketplace; and
(b) all markets are closed on Sunday, inclusive of:
(i) the markets at Savalalo, Fugalei, Salelologa, Vaitele, Taufusi, Afega; and
(ii) the Fish Markets at Savalalo, Vaigaga, Fasitoo Uta, Afega, and any other roadside fish selling; and
(iii) any such market where the public has access to.
(2) For supermarkets:
(a) from Monday – Saturday, the opening hours are from 6.00am-7.00pm; and
(b) for Sunday, the opening hours are from 3.00pm-7.00pm; and
(c) this rule for supermarkets does not affect small shops which may operate normal hours.
(3) All businesses must close on Sunday, except:
(a) small shops which may operate normal hours; and
(b) the supermarkets in the restricted opening hours as stated above in (2)(b).
(4) For the purposes of this Order:
(a) “supermarket” is a shop where a person walks in through doors to purchase any groceries, and any other item; and
(b) “small shop” means a small shop with no walk in doors, and where purchase is made through the window opening/s.

6. Street vendors:
(1) There shall be no selling of any goods on any roads or footpaths, or on road islands of Apia, beginning from Mulinuu to EFKS Church Apia, Taufusi including Ah Liki Market to Fugalei.
(2) Children selling goods in public is strictly prohibited.

7. Selling of alcohol
(1) The selling of alcohol by any shop (whether supermarket or small shop) and in hotels must only be done on the following conditions:
(a) from Mondays to Saturdays only;
(b) from 6:00am to 10:00pm.

8. Schools:
(1) Schools open on Monday 4 May 2020, until further notice.
(2) The Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture:
(a) is to design and determine appropriate programs and schedules i.e. which classes to attend school on which days of the week, what programs to undertake under the modes of teaching available to MESC at the time, for all schools (church, government, private) and so on; and
(b) is to, as much as possible administer the 2 meter social distancing rules. The schedules and programs under (a) are targetted to assist the Ministry’s attempts to maintain this rule.
(3) Where possible, parents and guardians are encouraged to use private vehicles for the drop off and pick up of children, to discourage crowdedness at schools, bus stops and other public places.
(4) There shall be no crowding in public places such as bus stops and markets by students.

9. Access to Health Facilities:
(1) All persons of the age of 60 and above are encouraged to remain at home and not move out and about in public, unless he or she is seeking medical attention at any health facility.
(2) All persons are prohibited from accessing any health facility unless he or she is seeking medical attention at any health facility.
(3) A person that is admitted to the hospital may:
a. only have one carer to tend to him or her; and
b. only be visited by 2 people at any one time.
(4) All patient care intended for travel overseas under the Samoa Medical Treatment Scheme are hereby suspended until further notice.

10. Restriction for Government services:
(1) The Public Service Commission (“Commission”) is to determine conditions in which employees are to continue working under, with the objective of ensuring minimal spread of infection.
(2) The Commission’s conditions shall apply to all Government Ministries and Public Bodies.
(3) All Government trips overseas are hereby suspended until further notice.

11. Ministry of Health duties:
The Ministry of Health shall ensure to implement awareness programmes for the prevention of the spread the Covid-19.

12. Samoa Police Service:
The Samoa Police Service shall implement this Order.

13. Special Powers of Government Chief Executive Officers:
(1) All Chief Executive Officers of Government Ministries and Public Bodies are empowered to exercise their statutory functions, duties and powers provided under any legislation, or administrative functions for the implementation of the Sector Preparedness and Response Matrix Consolidated for Corona Virus Pandemic (“Response Matrix”).
(2) Cabinet is empowered to make Regulations, Rules or Orders for the implementation of the public sector duties and responsibilities, for
(3) maintaining safety, for the best interests of and the welfare of the country.

14. Emergency Order Offence Notice:
(1) A police officer may serve an Emergency Order Offence Notice on a person who has committed an offence to which this Emergency applies.
(2) A Notice under this Order shall be in the form approved by the Commissioner of Police.
(3) A person who has been served with a Notice may elect to pay the fine stated in the Notice within 24 hours of the issuance of the Notice.

15. Penalties:
(1) A person commits an offence where the person does not comply with any of the above orders (except for Order 2(2)(b)(iii)), attracting the following penalties:
(a) a fine of:
(i) for an individual, a fine of $200 for a first offence, and a fine of $500 for a continuous offence; or
(ii) for an organization or corporation or similar such legal entity, a fine of $5,000 for a first offence, a fine of $7,000 for a continuous offence; or
(b) detainment by the Police not exceeding 3 months; or
(c) both detainment and fines prescribed under paragraph (a).
(2) A person commits an offence where the person does not comply with Order 2(2)(b)(iii) attracting a penalty of $2,000.00
(3) The payment of a fine under this Order, shall avoid any further prosecution for the offence stipulated in the Notice issued under Order 13.
(4) Where a person is convicted of an offence under these Orders, he or she shall be liable to a fine not exceeding $10,000.00 or imprisonment not exceeding 12 months, or both.

16. Advisory Board – Article 108:
The Advisory Board appointed under Article 108 of the Constitution, shall not incur any liability for actions done in good faith under Article 108.

17. Flexibility of procedures:
(1) Given the pandemic Covid19, procedures of Cabinet and Parliament, may be relaxed during the State of Emergency, so that decision making for the good of the country may continue.
(2) For effective decision making for the country, the above Orders do not bar any urgent and essential meetings of Cabinet and Parliament to take place during the State of Emergency.

18. Financing:
The financing of the implementation of this Order shall be funded by the appropriate budget approved by the Government.

19. Validation:
For the purpose of Order 2, all actions made to implement the requirements from 21st May to date, are treated as valid under this Order.

20. National Disaster Management Plan
These Orders form part of National Management Plan established under the Disaster and Emergency Management Act 2007.

The Emergency Order 14 issued on 20th May 2020 is revoked.

This Order commences on 3rd June 2020.
Dated this 30th day of May 2020.

Tuimaleali’ifano Va’aletoa Sualauvi II
HEAD OF STATE

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TEUTEUGA O LE POLOAIGA O FAALAVELAVE FA’AFUASE’I MO LE CORONAVIRUS, (KOVITI-19) – 30 Me 2020 http://www.youbbbb.cn/2020/05/teuteuga-o-le-poloaiga-o-faalavelave-faafuasei-mo-le-coronavirus-koviti-19-30-me-2020/ Sat, 30 May 2020 12:33:48 +0000 http://www.youbbbb.cn/?p=104190 OFISA O LE SO’OUPU; I lana Fonotaga FK(20)Faapitoa 25 o le Aso Toonai 30 Me 2020, na talanoaina ai e le Kapeneta le Pepa PK(20)520 ma faamaonia ai le isi laasaga o tapenaga mo le faamai o le COVID19 e pei ona faailoa atu i lalo:

I. Faaauau o le Poloaiga mo Faalavelave Tutupu Faafuasei mo le isi fa (4) vaiaso seia aulia le Aso 2 Iulai 2020.

II. Tuaoi Faavaomalo (International Borders)
i. Le faaauau pea ona tapunia o tatou tuaoi faavaomalo mo le isi fa (4) vaiaso ona o loo faaauau pea le pipisi o le faamai i le lalolagi aemaise e lei iai lava se vaifofo ua maua;

ii. Le faatumauina pea o tuutuuga ua iai nei mo le malaga mai o vaalele o loo aumai ai uta mo oloa ma pasese (returning residents), vailaau manaomia, air ambulance, faapea foi i vaa la’u oloa ma suauu.

Femalagaiga i le va ma Niu Sila
1. Le mataitu mo le taimi nei pasese o loo ua faanofoesea nei mo le isi lua (2) vaiaso ona fuafua lea o le isi malaga i le Aso 12 Iuni 2020;

2. Le faaauau pea o aiaiga ua faataoto nei e le Malo mo i latou o loo malaga faasolosolo mai i Niu Sila e aofia ai le:

i. Faia o COVID19 test i le tolu (3) o aso ao lei malaga mai i Samoa;
ii. Faanofoesea pea taunuu mai i Samoa mo le isi 14 aso e faavae i aiaiaga ma tuutuuga e faamaonia e le Kapeneta e aofia ai ma le ono totogi (atoa poo se vaega o le tau) e faanofoesea ai;

iii. Mo i latou e talosaga mai mo le self-isolation e mulimulitaia aiaiga ua faataoto atu i lalo:

1. Talosaga mai ona iloilo lea e le Matagaluega o le Soifua Maloloina.

2. Ia malupuipuia le fale o le a faanofoesea ai ma e leai nisi e nonofo ai.

3. E le latalata i ni tuaoi.

4. Ia iai se security guard e leoina le fale.

5. Lima (5) maila faatatafa mai le Falemai i Motootua.

6. Tagata e iai o latou manaoga faapitoa.

7. Tagata matutua ma e iai a latou special diets.

3. Le faaauau pea ona tapu nisi e malaga mai i Samoa mo ni faalavelave poo ni faamoemoe mo ni vaitaimi pupuu.

III. Tapuaiga
i. Le tatala o tapuaiga (lotu) ma polokalame a aulotu taitasi (faataitaiga:Autalavou, Aoga Aso Sa) i aso o le vaiaso ma le Aso Sapati;

ii. E lafo atu i faifeau latou te faatinoina le faamamaluina o le va o tagata (social distancing) i totonu o malumalu tapuai;

iii. Le tapu o polokalame tuufaatasi a Ekalesia e tumutumu ai tagata e pei o so’o, mafutaga tuufaatasi ma isi.

IV. Pisinisi ma Faafiafiaga
i. Le tatala o taaloga Casino mai i le itula e 4:00 i le afiafi seia oo atu i le 4:00 i le taeao o le aso fou ae mo Aso Toonai e tapuni i le 12 midnight ma faaauau atu ai ona tapunia i le Aso Sa;

ii. Le tatala o fale tifaga ae faamalosia pea le va o tagata (social distancing);

iii. Le tatalaina o falekalapu mai le 2:00 i le aoauli i le 10:00 i le po mai le Aso Gafua e oo i le Aso Toonai. E tapu ona tatala i le Aso Sa. Ia faamalosia le va o tagata;

iv. Le tapu ona faia o ni siva mo suegatupe e faia i totonu o fale kalapu;

v. E tapu ona faia ni faafiafiaga (shows) ma ni polokalame e soona tumutumu iai tagata i totonu o Hotels.

V. Taaloga
i. Le tatala uma o taaloga ae tuu atu i Pulega o taaloga e tausia pea le va o tagata;

ii. Le tuuina atu i Pulega o nei taaloga le faamalosia o puipuiga mo le faamai.

Le faaauau pea ona faamalosia le tuuina atu o Polokalame Faalauiloa i le atunuu mo puipuiga o le faamai Covid19.
Le amata faamamaluina o nei suiga i le Aso Lulu 3 Iuni 2020 seia toe iai se isi faaaliga.

O lenei faaiuga na faia i lona tulaga faanatinati e tusa ai ma le Vaega 38(1)? o le Faavae o le Malo Tutoatasi o Samoa.

E faatumauina pea isi aiaiga o Poloaiga o Faalavelave Faafuase’i na mua’i tuuina atu;

1. Vaiaso Anapogi ma le Tatalo:
Ia faamamaluina e aiga uma o Samoa, le vaiaso anapogi ma tatalo mai le Aso Sa 22 Mati 2020 i le Aso Sa 29 Mati 2020, mai le 6.00 i le taeao seia aulia le 12.00 i le aoauli.

2. Femalagaiga Faavaomalo vaalele ma vaa a lalo:
(1) Sei vagana ni tulaga faanatinati e tatau ai ona faataga e le Kapeneta, e tapunia femalagaiga faavaomalo i vaalele.
(2) Mo se faaiuga a le Kapeneta e faatauaina vaega nei:
(a) Mo pasese e toe foi mai i Samoa:
(i) e na o tagata nofo mau i Samoa (returning residents) o loo umia pepa malaga toe foi mai mo vaalele e faataga ona ulufale mai;
(ii) tamaiti o loo aooga i fafo ae ua toe foi;
(iii) ua muta le aogā o pemita poo visa mo Niu Sila;
(iv) tagata o loo moomia vave mo auaunaga taua i Samoa;
(v) o e na auina atu i fafo mo togafitiga faafomai;
(vi) o aiga ma fanau faapea tagata matutua ua silia i le 60 tausaga;
(vii) au taaalo mo tagata galulue faavaitaimi ua uma konekarate faigaluega;
(viii) tagata lautele; ma
(ix) isi mafuaaga e tatau ai ona malaga mai i Samoa;
(e) O aiaiga nei e tatau ona mataituina mo pasese taitasi:
(i) faamaoniga sa fai se COVID 19 test i totonu o le tolu (3) o aso ao lei malaga mai i Samoa;
(ii) faamaoniga sa nofoesea (quarantine) mo le 14 aso a o lei malaga mai i Samoa;
(iii) e tatau ona faanofoesea pe a taunuu mai i Samoa mo le isi 14 aso:
(A) e faavae i aiaiga ma tuutuuga e faamaonia e le Kapeneta e aofia ai ma le ono totogi (atoa poo se vaega o le tau) e faanofoesea ai; poo
(E) le aofia ai le faanofoesea o tagata i o lotou aiga i luga o aiaiga faatulagaina e le Pule Faatonu o le Matagaluega o Soifua Maloloina i tulaga;
(iv) e le faatagaina nisi e malaga mai mo ni faalavelave;
(v) e tatau ia i latou uma o loo umia pepa Malaga a le Samoa Airways ina ia toe totogi pasese i le Ea Niu Sila ma faatalanoa ma le Samoa Airways auala e toe faaaoga ai pepa malaga a lea kamupani pe toe faaola a latou tupe; ma
(vi) le tuuina atu i le Ea Niu Sila le faatulagaina o lisi o pasese i le mae’a ai o lana iloiloga o tulaga uma.
(3) Ua tapu le toe ulufale mai o soo se ituaiga vaa sei vagana ai:
(a) vaa oloa ma vaa suauu; ma
(e) vaa fagota mo le la’u ese o a latou uta (offload) ma le utuina (refuel) ma mo sapalai moomia; ma
(i) nisi ituaiga vaa, e aofia ai vaa failā ma nisi, e faamaonia e le Kapeneta mo le utuina (refuel).
(4) Mo vaa fagota e faatagaina i lalo o le (3)(e) o aiaiga nei e tatau ona mataituina:
(a) e tai lua (2) vaa i le aso ma ia usitaia siaki mo le soifua maloloina (quarantine); ma
(e) tapu ona o ese le auvaa mai i le vaa; ma
(i) faamalosia le tuuina mai o le polokalame o femalagaiga o vaa fagota e fia ofi mai i le atunuu i le Pulega o Uafu, Matagaluega o Faatoaga ma Faigafaiva, Matagaluega o Leoleo ma Falepuipui, ma le Matagaluega o Soifua Maloloina; ma
(o) ia lē i lalo ifo o le 28 aso talu ona tuua e le vaa fagota le uafu mulimuli sa taula ai, poo se fesuiaiga o le auvaa a o lei taunuu mai i le uafu i Matautu; ma
(u) ia faailoa mai le talosaga a soo se vaa fagota i le Pulega o Uafu ma le Matagaluega o Faatoaga ma Faigafaiva e fia ulufale mai i Samoa I totonu o le lima (5) aso ao lei taunuu mai i le uafu i Matautu; ma
(f) e tapu le fesuiai o auvaa i ogasami poo nisi galuega faatino i luga o le vaa e aofia ai isi vaa fagota.
(5) Ua faatonuina le Matagaluega o le Soifua Maloloina ina ia matua faamalosia puipuiga mo tagata uma.

3. Potopotoga i nofoaga faitele:
(1) E tuutuuga nei e tatau ona utagia mo tapuaiga (lotu):
(a) e tasi le sauniga lotu i le Aso Sapati (faataitaiga, SDA – Aso Toonai, EFKS – Aso Sā); ma
(e) tatala tapuaiga lotu i aso o le vaiaso, e aofia ai polokalame a lotu ae tapu Polokalame poo lotu tuufaatasi a Ekalesia (faataitaiga soo poo mafutaga tuufaatasi ma isi); ma
(i) e fautuaina le fuafuaina lelei le vā o tagata taitoatasi; ma
(o) e lafo atu i faifeau latou te faamalosia le faamamaluina o le vā o tagata i totonu o malumalu tapuai.
(2) Ua tatala fonotaga a Nuu i aiaiga nei:
(a) ia tausisia le faamamaluina o le va o tagata (social distancing);
(e) le tapu ona faatinoina o ni fonotaga i Aso Sa.
(3) E tapu le faia o ni potopotoga i nofoaga faitele uma e sili atu ile lima (5) tagata mo faamoemoe nei:
(a) maliu, saofai, aso fanau, faaipoipoga, faatasiga aiga (reunion); ma
(e) faaulufalega poo le umusaga.
(4) E tapu ona faatino ni taaloga tau tupe sei vagana taaloga o loo taua i lalo:
(a) Taaloga bingo i lalo o aiaiga nei:
i. faatino i le Aso Toonai; ma
ii. faagata i le 5.00 i le afiafi; ma
iii. ia tausisia le va faatulagaina o tagata (social distancing);
(e) taaloga i casino i aiaiga nei:
i. tatala mai le Aso Gafua i le Aso Toonai, mai i le itula e 4:00 i le afiafi, i le itula e 4:00 i le vaveao, se ia vagana ai le aso Toonai e tatau ona tapunia i le 12.00 i le valuāpō;
ii. ae tapu le Aso Sā;
iii. ia tausisia le va faatulagaina o tagata (2 meter social distancing).
(5) E tatala taaloga uma ae tatau i pulega o taaloga ona faamalosia le va faatulagaina (2 meter social distancing) o tagata mo le au maimoa:
(6) E tatala le taeele i matafaga ma vaitafe i aso uma o le vaiaso ae tapu i le Aso Sā.
(7) Ua tatala falekalapu ma pā pia i lalo o aiaiga nei:
(a) mai i le 2 i le aoauli i le 10 i le afiafi mai i le Aso Gafua i le Aso Toonai, ae tapu le Aso Sā; ma
(e) e tapu le faatinoina o ni polokalame o suega tupe.
(8) O pā pia i totonu o fale talimalo e mafai ona tatala mai le Aso Gafua i le Aso Toonai mai le 6:00 i le taeao i le 10:00 i le po. E tapu ona tatala i le Aso Sa.
(9) E tapu pea le polokalame ma faafiafiaga mo tagata lautele e aofia ai koniseti ma isi i totonu o fale tali malo.
(10) E tatala fale tifaga ae faamalosia pea le va o tagata (social distancing).
(11) E tatala fale’aiga mo taumafataga ma le oka e aveese (take away) mai i le 6.00 i le taeao i le 10.00 i le po ma e tatau i faipisinisi o fale’aiga ona mataituina ma faamamaluina le 2 mita o le vā o tagata (social distancing).
(12) Ua tapu nei ona toe tumutumu tagata i nofoaga o femalagaiga e pei o malaevaalele ma uafu, se’i vaganā o tagata e malaga.

4. Femalagaiga faalotoifale:
Pasi ma Taavale laupasese
(1) Mo auaunaga o pasi:
(a) ua tatala le femalagaiga o pasi i taimi masani; ma
(e) e tapu le feoai o pasi i le Aso Sā.
(2) E faataga le faaaogaina o taavale la’u pasese laiti, e i lalo o le lima (5) pasese, ma taavale a aiga pe a moomia.

Vaa
(3) O femalagaiga i tagata lautele i luga o Vaa i le vā o Upolu ma Savaii i lalo o aiaiga nei:
(a) e tapu le feoai o vaa i le Aso Sā; mai
(e) mai le Aso Gafua i le Aso Toonai e feoai vaa i taimi masani;
(i) e tatau i le Ofisa o Va’a ona mataituina ma faamamaluina le 2 mita o le vā o tagata (social distancing) i taimi o femalagaiga.
(4) Mo tagata uma e 60 tausaga ma luga atu, e fautuaina pea le usitaia o aiaiga o le poloaiga 8 (malaga mo se togafitiga matuā moomia mo mafuaaga tau soifua maloloina).
(5) Soo se tagata penisione e malaga mo se mafuaaga e i fafo atu o aiaiga o le Poloaiga 9, o le a lē agavaa i le malaga fua i lalo o le tulaga tau penisione.

5. Maketi, Faleoloa, Supamaketi ma Pisinisi:
(1) Mo maketi uma:
(a) e aofia ai maketi i Savalalo, Fugalei, Salelologa, Vaitele, Taufusi ma Afega, maketi o i’a ma isi ituaiga maketi i nofoaga faitele:
(i) e faatapulaa itula e tatala ai mai le 6.00 i le taeao i le 6.00 ile afiafi; ma
(ii) ua tapu ona toe momoe ai nisi i nei nofoaga i le po;
(e) e tapu ona tatala i le Aso Sā e aofia ai:
(i) maketi i Savalalo, Fugalei, Salelologa, Vaitele. Taufusi; ma
(ii) maketi o i’a i Savalalo, Vaigaga, Fasitoo-Uta, Afega ma so’o se faatauga i’a i autafa o auala; ma
(iii) so’o se ituaiga maketi i nofoaga faitele.
(2) Mo Supamaketi:
(a) mai le Aso Gafua i le Aso Toonai e tatala i le 6.00 i le taeao – 7.00 i le afiafi; ma
(e) mo le Aso Sā, e tatala i le 3.00 i le aoauli – 7.00 i le afiafi; ma
(i) mo faleoloa laiti, e faaauau fefa’atauaiga i taimi masani.

(3) E tapu ona tatala soo se pisinisi i le Aso Sā vagana:
(a) faleoloa laiti, e fa’aauau fefa’atauaiga i taimi masani; ma
(e) Supamaketi i taimi faatapula’a ua taua i luga i le (2)(e).
(4) Mo le faatinoina o lenei poloaiga:
(a) o le “Supamaketi” e faatatau i fale oloa e faaoga faitotoa e ulufale atu ai le tagata e fa’atau ai oloa (groceries ma isi);
(e) “faleoloa laiti” o faleoloa e le o iai ni faitotoa mo le ulufale o tagata ae tu le tagata faatau i fafo o le faamalama ma fai lana faatau.

6. Faatau oloa i magaala ma tafaala:
(1) Ua tapu nei ona toe fa’atau savali, pe toe faatau ni oloa i magaala ma tafaala o le taulaga i Apia e afua atu i Mulinuu, i le to lotu EFKS Apia, Taufusi ma Fugalei.
(2) Ua matuā tapu ona toe faatau savali e tamaiti ni oloa i soo se taimi.

7. Faatauina o le Ava Malosi:
(1) O le faatauina o le ava malosi i soo se faleoloa (faleoloa laiti ma supamaketi) ma pa pia i totonu o Faletalimalo e faatauina i aiaiga nei:
(a) e na o le Aso Gafua i le Aso Toonai mai i le 6:00 ile taeao i le 10:00 i le po; ma
(e) E tapu le Aso Sā.

8. Aoga:
(1) E tatala uma aoga i Samoa i le aso Gafua 4 Me 2020 seia iai se isi faaliga.
(2) E tuuina atu i le Matagaluega o Aoga, Taaloga ma Aganuu:
(a) tapenaina o polokalame ma faatualagaga o aso taitasi e faatino ai aoga mo aoga uma (ekalesia, aoga tumaoti); ma
(e) unaia le mulimulitaia o le va o tamaiti (social distancing) i potu aoga e atagia ai puipuiga mai le faamai.
(3) E fautuaina matua i le faaaogaina o taavale e momoli ai fanau pe a mafai, ina ia faaitiitia ai le tumutumu i pasi ma nofoaga faitele.
(4) Ia faaiititia le soona tumutumu o tamaiti aoga i nofoaga faitele e pei o fale faatalipasi ma maketi.

9. Falema’i, ma’i, tausima’i ma siigama’i:
(1) Ia faaitiitia le soona feoai, ae maise i latou ua 60 tausaga ma sili atu le matutua, se’i vagana ua mātuā moomia ona vaai se fomai.
(2) Ua matua tapu ona toe ulufale se tagata i soo se falema’i sei vaganā ai, ua moomia ona vaai se foma’i.
(3) Mo le tagata ua taofia:
(a) ua nā o le tasi le tagata tausima’i e faataga; ma
(e) e nā o le toalua (2) tagata e faataga mo asiga.
(4) Ua taofia ona toe auina atu i Niu Sila o gasegase mo togafitiga i lalo o le Polokalame masani le Malo, seia toe iai se isi faaliga.

10. Aiaiga mo galuega a le Malo:
(1) Ia faatino e le Komisi o Galuega a le Aufaigaluega a le Malo, (“Komisi”) ni aiaiga e alagatatau ona faatino mo tagata faigaluega a le Malo, e faitiitia ai le ono pipisi o le fa’ama’i e pei o le galulue mai i le fale e faaaoga ai initaneti.
(2) O aiaiga e faataatia e le Komisi, e aiaia uma ai Ofisa ma Matagaluega a
le Malo.
(3) Ua taofia uma malaga faalemalo i atunuu i fafo seia toe iai se isi faaaliga.

11. Tiute o le Matagaluega o Soifua Maloloina:
Ia faatinoina e le Matagaluega o Soifua Maloloina le unaia o polokalame falauiloa o le puipuiga o le pipisi o le fa’ama’i o le Korona Vairasi 19, mo le nofo silafia o le atunu’u.

12. Malosia’ga o le Matagaluega o Leoleo:
Ua tuuina atu ile Matagaluega o Leoleo le malosiaga e faatino ai le mata’ituina o lenei Poloaiga.

13. Malosiaga faapitoa o faauluuluga o Matagaluega:
(1) Ua tuuina atu le malosiaga i faauluuluga o Matagaluega ma Ofisa uma o le Malo, o loo iai ā latou malosiaga fa’aletulafono e faatino ai ia malosiaga faaletulafono, faapea ai, malosiaga o faauluuluga e faatino ai
(2) Fuafuaga Mamao a le Malo i le tali atu i le Korona Vairasi 19 (Response Matrix).
(3) E mafai e le Kapeneta ona faia Tulafono Faatonutonu poo tulafono laiti mo le faatinoina o gaioiga uma e Ofisa a le Malo mo galuega e tatau mo le soifua saogalemu o tagata, ma mo le tausiga o le nofo filemu.

14. Pepa faailoa o le Solia o se Poloaiga Faalavelave Faafuasei:
(1) E mafai e leoleo ona tuuina atu le Pepa Faailoa o le Solia o se Poloaiga i soo se tagata ua solia aiaiga o Poloaiga ua faataoto i totonu o Poloaiga mo Faalavelave Faafuasei.
(2) O Pepa Faailoa i lalo o lenei poloaiga e tatau ona faamaonia e le Komesina o Leoleo.
(3) Soo se tagata ua tuuina atu i ai se Pepa Faailoa o le Solia o se Poloaiga, e mafai ona ia totogi le sala tupe ua ta’ua i lea Pepa Faailoa, i totonu o le 24 itula talu ona tuuina atu iai le Pepa Faailoa.

15. Faasalaga:
(1) E solitulafono le tagata e lē usitaia Poloaiga uma (vagana ai le Poloaiga 2(2)(e)(iii)) ua taua i luga, ma o faasalaga nei:
(a) sala tupe:
(i) mo tagata ta’itoatasi, $200 mo le solitulafono muamua, ma le $500 i aso ta’itasi e faaauau ai lea solitulafono; ma
(ii) mo faalapotopotoga faatulafono, $5,000 mo le solitulafono muamua, ma le $7,000 i aso ta’itasi e faaauau ai lea solitulafono; poo le
(e) taofia i lalo o le vaaiga a Leoleo e lē sili atu i le 3 masina; poo le
(i) taofia i lalo o le vaaiga a Leoleo ma le sala tupe i lalo o le parakalafa (a).
(2) E solitulafono le tagata e lē usitaia le Poloaiga 2(2)(e)(iii) ua taua i luga, ma e ono faasala i se sala tupe e $2,000.00
(3) O le totogiina o se sala tupe atoa i lalo o lenei poloaiga, o le a lē molia ai se tagata i se faamasinoga o soligatulafono mo le faasalaga i lalo o le Pepa Faailoa o le Solia o se Poloaiga i lalo o le poloaiga 13.
(4) A faamaonia le solitulafono a se tasi i lalo o nei poloaiga i luma o se faamasinoga o soligatulafono, e mafai ona faasala i se sala tupe e le sili atu i le $10,000 poo le fale puipui e lē sili atu i le 12 masina, poo faasalaga uma e lua.

16. Komiti Fautua – Mataupu 108:
O le Komiti Fautua ua faatuina i lalo o le Mataupu 108, e puipuia mai i ni tagi faaletulafono e ono tulai faasaga i le Komiti i le faatinoina o tiute fai i lalo o le Mataupu 108.

17. Taualumaga:
(1) Mo le nofo sauniuni mo se tulaga ogaoga mai auga o lenei faamai Korona Vairasi-19, ia mafai ona faataatia ese Tulafono o taualumaga a le Palemene ma le Kapeneta, ina ia mafai ai pea ona faia ni faaiuga tatau mo le atunuu.
(2) Mo faaiuga tatau, o poloaiga i luga e le taofia ai ni taualumaga faanatinati o le Palemene ma le Kapeneta i lalo o malosiaga o le Tulafono Faavae.

18. Faatupeina:
O le faatupeina o fuafuaga a le Malo i lalo o lenei Poloaiga e faatupeina mai vaegatupe talafeagai a le Malo.

19. Aloaia:
Mo le faatinoina o le poloaiga 2, o galuega uma na faatinoina mai le aso 21 Me 2020 e oo mai i le asō, e aloaia i lalo o aiaiga o lenei Poloaiga.

20. Fuafuaga o Faalavelave Tutupu Faafuasei:
O nei poloaiga e aofia i totonu o Fuafuaga o Faalavelave Tutupu Faafuasei (National Disaster Management Plan) e pei ona aiaia i lalo o le Tulafono o le Faafoega o Faalavelave Matuia ma Faalavelave Faafuasei 2007.

Ua soloia le Poloaiga Faalavelave Faafuase’i Numera 14 o le Aso, 20 Me 2020.

O lenei Poloaiga e amata faamamaluina i le aso 3 Iuni 2020.

Sainia i le Aso 30 o Me 2020
Tuimaleali’ifano Va’aletoa Sualauvi II
AO O LE MALO

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