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The Coronavirus Outbreak

Bar Owners Association condemns bars breaching COVID Regulations

The Bar Owners Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BOATT) has condemned bar owners breaching the current COVID-19 Regulations, and is encouraging citizens to partner with it in keeping bars, pubs and restaurants COVID-19 free.

One new COVID death recorded in Tobago, 4 new positive cases

There has been one new death from COVID-19 in Tobago over the past 24 hours, with the victim being an unvaccinated person. The death toll on the island now stands at 248.

Heart patients advised to take precaution and have medical supplies

Hema Ramkissoon spoke to Dr Risshi Rampersad on the Morning Brew. He says vulnerable groups need to control pre-existing conditions in...

139 new cases of COVID

The following is a press release from the Ministry of Health: As of the afternoon of Friday 18th September, 2020 the Ministry reports...

Trinis stuck in Barbados delayed

Thirty-three T&T nationals stranded in Barbados since March, will have to wait a little longer, before they can return home...

La Brea communities get COVID relief from Caribbean Gas Chemical Limited

Some 200 families in the La Brea area recently received social support assistance from Caribbean Gas Chemical Limited (CGCL), as part of its effort to support its host communities during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

8 COVID deaths, 318 new cases

The Ministry of Health has recorded 8 additional COVID related deaths, bringing the total number of deaths to 1159. There are currently...

South entertainers stage anti-mandatory vax walk

Using a long PVC-designed syringe as their prop—and led by entertainer Trisha Hamilton and leader of the Kaisokah Moko Jumbies Junior Bisnath—the group sent a clear message to the Government that they strongly opposed forced vaccination for COVID-19.

Scotiabank temporarily opens all branches to accommodate month-end banking

Scotiabank will temporarily reopen all of its branches during the busy month end period. From June 1, 2021, all locations, with the...

Diego Martin man extracted and placed in State Quarantine Facility

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is reminding citizens that any breach of a quarantine order, carries a penalty of up to $50,000 in fines or six months’ imprisonment upon conviction.


Mother says her son was not involved in criminal activities

The mother of one of the men killed in maracas over the weekend is tonight denying that her son was involved in...

Two of the three survivors from Saturday’s police shooting released

Two of the three survivors from Saturday's police shooting in Port of Spain have been released from police custody. Now despite police...

Family of Leonardo Williams speaks

The family of Leonardo Williams, one of the men killed by police on Saturday morning felt the protests reflect the community's disgust...

Trini boy gets Commonwealth award

Trinidadian 11-year-old Daniel Rajkumar, 11, received a Silver Award in the “Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2021” hosted by the Royal Commonwealth Society, England. Rajkumar...

NPTA urges parents to capitalise on remedial classes

Education stakeholders are tonight questioning whether the Revision Programme set up for low performing SEA students, is enough to fix the loss...