16th June 05:22 PM
Tropical Cyclone Mona Situation Report
By Semi Turaga and Iva Danford
Monday 07/01/2019
Evacuees taking shelter at one of the Evacuation Centers

Government operations and businesses will continue as normal today however the National Disaster Management Office is advising members of the public to continue to take precautionary measures on the current weather situation and exercise their own discretion when making the decision to report to work this morning.

This is especially for people living in flood prone and flood effected areas.

A flood warning remains in place for all low lying areas, small streams and areas near the Rewa river and Bagata.

Evacuation Centres:

The National Disaster Management Office says a total of 2,104 people are currently taking shelter in 40 Evacuation Centers around Fiji.

There are four evacuation centres in the Central Division, 27 in the Northern Division, 7 in the Eastern Division and 2 in the Western Division.


The Fiji Roads Authority has reported that Queens and Kings Road are both open to all traffic.

However, 15 roads are still closed in the Central Division, 16 in the North, 1 in the West and 3 in the Eastern Division.

The Nakalavo village access road in Sigatoka is closed due to fallen electricity cables.

The Commissioners Eastern and Northern Divisions have been advised to prepare teams for initial damage assessment from Tropical Cyclone Mona.

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