Radio New Zealand International reports that there have so far been no confirmed cases in Bougainville, although the state of emergency remains in place.
And now the man in charge of the state of emergency, police chief Francis Tokura, has announced plans for schools to restart and the resumption of work by public servants.
All schools in Bougainville, except for tertiary institutions, are to re-open next Monday.
The schools will be required to have hand washing facilities, with soap and water, in strategic locations within each school and, if possible, hand-sanitiser in classrooms and other key sites.
Physical distancing rules are also to be adhered to.
The schools also have to be cleaned and disinfected at least once a day.
Bougainville public servants have been told they can return to normal duties today but they must comply with the new-normal safe workplace requirements.
Meanwhile travel in and out of Bougainville will continue to be limited to the delivery of medical equipment and other essential materials. This restriction will remain in place until the required quarantine, isolation and triage facilities are ready.
Once these facilities are completed, all passengers flying into Bougainville will be quarantined.