A new directive issued by the Controller of Papua New Guinea requires that all arriving travelers will be “fitted” with GPS tracking ankle bracelet upon arrival for the designated period of the quarantine. The passengers will bare all associated costs. In general, GPS ankle bracelets are used for tracking persons under house arrest, defendants awaiting trial and convicted offenders currently on parole or probation. Papua New Guinea remains closed to foreign travelers.
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