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News & Announcements
Declaration of Public Health Emergency Extended to May 31st, 2021; May 13th Planned for Repatriation of Stranded Citizens
FSM Pushes Forward to be First Pacific Island to Fully Establish Electronic Monitoring for Sustainable Fisheries
President Panuelo Discusses COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts, Repatriation Plans, with the Congressional Committee to Wait; Mid-May Offered as a Tentative Repatriation Timeframe for Citizens Stranded in COVID-19 Affected Jurisdictions
U.S.-Funded Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Program Extended until September 2021
CERTIFIED OFFICIAL Results of the March 2021 FSM Congressional Election
President Panuelo Solicits the U.S. Department of Interior for the FSM’s Membership into the Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education; If Accepted, FSM Students to See More Affordable Tuition at Many U.S. Universities
10% of the Federated States of Micronesia’s Eligible Population Has Taken Their Second Dose of the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine; President Panuelo Calls on the State Governments to Increase Their Vaccination Rates
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