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50% chance of getting COVID-19
Posted: Thursday, April 2, 2020

50% chance of getting COVID-19
CARPHA executive:

...Gary: Yes, I can
Power to shut businesses...

Gary can't close the banks, says PM

Rowley on SoE: When we reach that bridge...
The government is prepared to impose a State of Emergency, but only if it would better the nation's chances of containing covid19.

List of prisoners to be released being prepared
"For prisoners who have been convicted and are on appeal, the population will understand that if there are things we can do there with the broadest sense of understanding, get those people out of there. I trust we can minimise our exposure there for certain categories of the incarcerated, so that will be another step," he added.

Hundreds of prisoners could be released
Prison Officers Association (POA) head Ceron Richards gave his full backing on Wednesday to the Prime Minister's call earlier for some low-level prison inmates to be released to reduce prison overcrowding during this covid19 pandemic.

PM: Govt considering releasing non-violent inmates from prison

90 confirmed cases in T&T

Two on ventilators for covid19
TT rate of infection is lower than the global rate.

CMO: 59 covid19 patients to be relocated
Covid19 patients who are recovering or in a stable condition are to be moved from the Couva Hospital to another isolated facility.

PCR machine arrives in TT, set for south
This means the country's count is up to four although so far only the one at Carpha has been validated. The Ministry is hoping this will be done soon.

PM: I did not discuss US sanctions with Venezuelan VP

Essential businesses assist staff, customers
As essential businesses remain open following government's stay-at-home regulations, some have begun to put measures in place to ensure the safety of their workers during their daily commute, even as business levels drop.

DOMA: Essential business must ensure customers do social distancing

Justice from home: Court rolls out plan
The Judiciary has rolled out a plan that allows citizens access to justice while considering the safety of staff and the public.

India's PM holds video conference with Indian Heads of Mission around the world
On Monday 30th March 2020, at 5 pm Indian time (7:30 am Trinidadian time), the High Commissioner of India to Trinidad and Tobago, His Excellency Mr. Arun Sahu, participated in a historic video conference with India's Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, to discuss the current global COVID-19 pandemic.

Social Development Ministry helping the homeless

Angostura donates hand sanitisers to TTPS

Taxi terrorism
Young: Govt can't stop price gouging

'Some using two weeks to lime and buss a cook'

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