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FSM Mourns the Late Secretary Livingston Taulung

The Department of Health and Social Affairs mourns the loss of the late Secretary Livingston Taulung. The Late Doctor Livingston Taulung served the Department from January 2020 until his time of passing in February 2021. Heartful Condolences from the Department to family, friends, and colleagues.

Message from the Acting Secretary

Mr. Marcus Samo

Hello…

Thank you for visiting our Department of Health and Social Affairs website. Whether you get to this website by accident or to search for a particular information or what this Department does, please spend a few minutes to look through the website and learn what this Department can do for you.

The Department of Health and Social Affairs (DHSA) is one of the executive departments of the FSM National Government. Its mandate is to promote the health and welfare of the people of this nation. To achieve that goal, this Department is organized into two main divisions: Division of Health and the Division of Social Affairs.

The Division of Health oversees the implementation of all the health programs ranging from the prevention and control of communicable diseases (TB, Leprosy, STD) to non-communicable disease (diabetes, cancer, tobacco control related diseases), behavioral health and wellness (substance abuse prevention and treatment, mental health conditions), child and women’s, and immunization programs.

The Division of Social Affairs directs the social development of our youth, sports activities, elderly, and women. With a special lens on gender role advancement, the Division of Social Affairs facilitates implementation of agreements related to human rights on behalf of the FSM.

Thank you for visiting our website.

FSM COVID-19 NEWS/UPDATES

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FSM COVID-19 Moderna Vaccine

FSM COVID-19 VACCINATION COVERAGE AS OF 04/28/2021
 

Eligible population (18 years and older)

% Coverage

1 Dose

2 Doses

Yap

6,951

43%

40%

Chuuk

27,237

31%

21%

Pohnpei

20,799

35%

22%

Kosrae

3,712

44%

33%

FSM

58,699

34%

24%

COVID-19 WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

COVID-19 TALKING POINTS

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UNDERSTANDING & RESPONDING TO COVID-19 IN THE FSM

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2nd UPDATE ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FSM COVID-19 FRAMEWORK

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