Letters To The Editors

Letters to the Editor: Sunday April 5, 2020

Rule of law ALLOW me to comment on the work carried out by the Fiji Police Force. Our lawmen and women, like the health authorities, are at the frontlines in the containment of COVID-19 by...

4th April

Letters to the Editor: Saturday April 4, 2020

Families struggle OUR best-selling newspaper TheFiji Times has done a wonderful job with its coverage of the impact of COVID-19. I must commend The Fiji Times for this fair and responsible reporting for this is what people look forward to during a national crisis such as this. Our letter writers also deserve accolades for putting...

2nd April

Letters to the Editor – April 2, 2020

Dr Waqainabete’s accomodative approach A very impressive press conference was held by the Health Minister (01/04). He humbly continued answering questions raised by members of the media after he had called for a last question. An accommodative approach. MOHAMMED IMRAZ JANIF, Natabua, Lautoka Important message The so-called COVID-19 began in Wuhan, China. A month later,...

1st April

Letters to the Editor – Wednesday, March 01, 2020

Historic issue on a global scale It’s unprecedented and a first in the world’s history and definitely in our lifetime. A major proportion of the global population is forced to be confined at home in quarantine, in response to COVID-19. Whole countries are in lockdown and curfew mode, with travel and movement restrictions in place....

31st March

Letters to the Editor – March 31, 2020

Let’s take heed of advice As we approach the last day of a dreadful March, I urge my fellow Fijians to adhere to advice given by relevant authorities. I must commend the Health Ministry workers, especially the doctors, nurses and midwives during the COVID-19 crisis. For a developing country such as Fiji, with limited health...

30th March

Letters to the Editor – March 30, 2020

Carefree attitude IT seems that since there have been no deaths so far from COVID-19, it has created a perception that only those over 60 and with underlying medical conditions are most vulnerable. The others are safe and will survive the virus. Obviously they are oblivious to what has happened in other countries where young...

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