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The Coronavirus Outbreak

73 COVID-19 survivors discharged from health facilities

The Ministry of Health is reporting that a total of 73 COVID-19 survivors have been discharged from its health facilities, as of the night of Thursday April 30th April 2020.

24 new COVID cases

The Ministry of Health has recorded 24 new COVID cases. In a press release issued this afternoon, the ministry stated that of...

8 new COVID cases, 5 require investigation to determine origin

The Ministry of Health has announced 8 new COVID-19 cases. The announcement was made in its 10 am update, today.

TTPS: Regular road checks to ensure adherence to COVID-19 Regulations

Commissioner Griffith says the road checks will continue as police ensure the Public Health Ordinance guidelines are adhered to.

New changes to COVID-19 Exemption Policy

State quarantine or state-supervised quarantine for seven days for returning T&T nationals is one of several changes to the COVID-19 Exemption Policy, which were announced by Minister of National Security, Stuart Young MP, yesterday.

Principals told

SHARLENE RAMPERSAD [email protected] As fears of the novel coronavirus (COVID19) grow across the world, the Education Ministry says school principals have been instructed to...

29 more people test COVID-19 positive

Twenty-nine more people have tested positive for COVID-19, reports the Ministry of Health in its latest update.

Over 2,200 people tested for COVID-19

The Ministry of Health has confirmed that a total of 2,258 people have been tested for COVID-19 in this country, since testing began, with the number of those confirmed as positive for the disease still at 116 persons.

Tobago has five new COVID cases

As of October 5, Tobago has 75 COVID cases, 11 of which are active.

IDC detainees protest over coronavirus concerns

Detainees at the Immigration Detention Centre in Aripo staged a protest today, over concerns of contracting the coronavirus...



Maduro calls for meeting with T&T Govt officials

The Government of Venezuela has invited Trinidad and Tobago Government officials to a meeting to discuss matters between the two countries. The request was made...

PM unsurprised over migrants backlash

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley issued a brief statement this morning, concerning recent developments with Venezuelan migrants, who had entered the country illegally.

Deportees defiantly return

Sascha Wilson Drenched, cold and hungry, 16 Venezuelan children and 11 adults who were deported over the weekend yesterday returned to Trinidad and Tobago’s shores...

They’re back! Venezuelans deported on Sunday return to T&T

After three days on the rough seas, 16 Venezuelan children, the youngest a four-month-old baby and the eldest child 14 years, along with 12 adults, mostly women, returned to the shores of Trinidad.

Mother grieves as case thrown out

PETER CHRISTOPHER [email protected] On the steps outside attorney Nafeesa Mohammed’s office yesterday, Gregoria Figueredo sat disconsolately. Her 11-year-old daughter was among the group of Venezuelan migrants...