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The Coronavirus Outbreak

Seven charged with breaching COVID regulations

Seven persons are expected to appear virtually before a Siparia Magistrate today, charged with breaching the Covid-19 Regulations. ...

Urgent need to address collapse of Caribbean tourism employment—ILO

A new report released recently by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) is reporting that as a result of COVID-19, almost half a million Caribbean tourism workers now face the prospect of decent work deficits in the form of job losses, reductions in working hours, and loss of incomes.

102 new COVID-19 cases—Health Ministry

More than a hundred new COVID-19 cases have been documented by the Ministry of Health, in its latest update.

Caribbean rights group wants more done to protect prisoners from COVID-19

As this country’s Remand prisoners embark on a hunger strike to highlight their worsening conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Caribbean Centre for Human Rights (CCHR) is reiterating its call for government to work harder to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 in the prison system.

22 new COVID cases

The following is a press release from the Ministry of Health: As of the afternoon of Tuesday 29th September, 2020 the Ministry reports the following:

BOATT wants restrictions lifted following WHO latest advice

The Barkeepers and Operators Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BOATT) wants Government to lift restrictions on bars and restaurants, following the latest advice from the World Health Organisation (WHO) on lockdowns.

Canada High Commission says TT government acted quickly and decisively on...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiheWeCtb-E&feature=youtu.be Natalee Legore spoke to Canadian High Commission to T&T His Excellency Kumar Gupta on the Morning...

Shadow Pandemic of GBV alongside COVID-19—UN Women

UN Women is calling on governments around the world to address the issue of violence against women as part of their response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

TTCB seeking approval to start 2021 Season

The Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) is leaving no stone unturned in getting ready for an expected lifting of the coronavirus...

11 new COVID cases confirmed by Health Ministry

The latest update from the Ministry of Health is confirming 11 new positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of active cases in the country to 324 patients.



Dangerous pyroclastic flows coming from La Soufriere

The La Soufriere Volcano in St Vincent and the Grenadines continues to erupt, with the latest explosive eruption including a massive pyroclastic density...

Met Office: 20% chance of ashfall in T&T

The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Office said yesterday there is a low potential for the ash fall from the volcanic eruption in St Vincent...

TRHA: 35 persons in quarantine after interactions with Dr. Rowley

Over 35 persons in Tobago are in quarantine after Prime Minister Dr.Keith Rowley tested positive for COVID -19 on April 6.

Labourer charged with sexual assault granted $175,000 bail

Twenty-year-old labourer Keron Bholawas was granted $175,000 bail when he appeared in court today charged with three counts of sexual penetration against...

NCPTA recommends one day of classroom interaction for form one students

The NCPTA is now recommending one day of classroom interaction for form one students. It comes on the day thousands of students...