Disaster Advisory Committee

No Intentions To Penalise Non Vaccinated

There are no intentions by the Government to penalise people and families who refuse to be vaccinated especially the children who are most vulnerable to the measles virus.

Chairman of the Disaster Advisory Committee, Ulu Bismarck Crawley, prefers to continue to appeal to the families and parents, to be more responsible for the safety of everyone by being vaccinated.

DAC up to task with busy but manageable workload

The Disaster Advisory Committee DAC is up to the task of ensuring that resources are available for the mass immunization plan by the government.

Things have been busy lately however. Chairman of DAC Ulu Bismarck Crawley spoke to Newsline Samoa yesterday that the committee is handling things smoothly.

He said there are enough  government workers allocated to handle each specific task required to accommodate the mass vaccination efforts that are ongoing

DAC Tries To Minimise Abuse Of Epidemic Assistance


All public donations and assistance to the measles epidemic are being centralized by the Disaster Advisory Committee, DAC, to minimise the risk of abuse.

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment CEO Ulu Bismarck Crawley, in his role as the DAC Chairman called for all monetary donations to be made to a BSP Bank account.

All other offers of help and support to be made directly to DAC Office.

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