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French Polynesia has recorded another 345 Covid-19 cases in the past day, raising the tally to more than 11,000.
Another three people have died since yesterday in French Polynesia's Covid-19 pandemic, which to date has claimed 52 lives.
A ship anchored off American Samoa with three Covid-positive crew members on board will remain there for at least seven days.
France's highest appeal court has thrown a bid by a prominent jailed French Polynesian businessman to be freed because of the poor conditions in prison.
Another 10 people have died over the weekend in French Polynesia's Covid-19 pandemic.
Schools in French Polynesia are expected to be hit by strike action tomorrow over concerns about the response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Plans are afoot for three major new hotels in French Polynesia, with construction on the first site expected to start within months.
Another 241 people in French Polynesia have tested positive for Covid-19 since yesterday.
French Polynesia has recorded a further 467 Covid-19 cases, raising the pandemic's tally to 9754.
French Polynesia has recorded a further 338 Covid-19 cases and another fatality, bringing the death toll to 39.
The French military is readying 10 intensive care units for French Polynesia as the number of Covid-19 cases keeps soaring.
French Polynesia has recorded another 303 Covid-19 cases, raising the total of the pandemic to 8949.
A French Polynesian unionist Patrick Galenon has called for a lockdown like in France to stem the spread of Covid-19. Audio
The latest news in French language (La Langue Française). Audio
Six more people have died in French Polynesia's Covid-19 pandemic in the past three days, bringing the death toll to 38.
French Polynesia's president has held off from implementing a second Covid-19 lockdown.
The tourism sector in French Polynesia says it will focus on attracting visitors from the United States and France in view of the experience with Covid-19 this year.
The French Polynesian president Edouard Fritch has defended the reopening of the border in July, saying there is no doubt from late May that the territory was 'Covid-19-prepared'.
Three more people have died in French Polynesia's Covid-19 pandemic as the total number of confirmed cases to date in the territory surged past 7000. Audio
Air Tahiti Nui has been granted a $US21 million loan from the French Polynesian government because of the impact of Covid-19.