Stay At Home Extended to April 30
Posted: Monday, April 6, 2020
STAY AT HOME EXTENDED TO APRIL 30
And all food services have been closed, effective tomorrow, until April 30.
COVID DEATH NO. 8 in T&T
One additional death (in Trinidad) has been confirmed – Elderly person with pre-existing medical condition.
One more positive COVID case - Count at 105
Of the total number of positive cases, 49 of these positive cases came from the group of nationals who recently returned from a cruise:
In a statement on Sunday afternoon, the Ministry said that based on ongoing local and international research into the spread and treatment of COVID-19, it continuously updates its public health protocols as new scientific evidence emerges. One significant recent development has been the recommendation from the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) supporting "wearing cloth face coverings in public settings".
Health Ministry: Wear masks
However, the ministry admonished the public yesterday that using a mask alone will not reduce their risk of contracting COVID-19 and that they should continue to stay at home...
Charles: 'A sad day for Tobago'
The man, of Tobago east who was in his mid 80s, had pre-existing conditions, according to a release from the Ministry of Health on Sunday. He is the country's seventh death.
TTUTA Exec: Expect schools to remain closed longer
Schools were scheduled to re-open on Tuesday 21 April 2020.
Homeless men to sue state
Phillip said since the article was published last Wednesday, he has seen a regular patrol of police officers and had spoken with members of the Professional Standards Bureau (PSB) about the assault.
T&T borders still too porous; foreign nationals still coming in illegally—SRC Chairman
According to Dinesh Sankersingh, T&T's borders are still porous to Venezuelan migrants, who are entering this country through Cedros and surrounding communities.
Bharath: TT will be stronger after covid19
"We are directly responsible, each of us for protecting each other's families, our elderly, our children.It is a duty we must not take lightly."
Doubles vendors' lawyers write Young
The unsigned letter was not described as a pre-action protocol letter because Hosein-Richards, "is more concerned about the national interest, the national psyche and the interest of all other small business owners in her situation, than with her own narrow interests." The letter noted the public health regulations permit "services related to food such as take away and delivery food service operations." The regulations also ban congregations of five or more people in public spaces to prevent the spread of covid19.
Another bar owner arrested
Police were on patrol on Arena Road, Freeport, when he saw the owner's bar open and people leaving with alcoholic beverages at about 11.10 pm on Saturday. Police warned him about leaving the bar open, but when they returned at about 11.55 pm they realised the bar was still open and saw another man leaving with alcohol.
Zoo continues monitoring and tough safety protocols to keep animals COVID-19 free
Guyana election stalemate worries PM Rowley
He added that when he accompanied the team on the mission, three weeks ago, he was hopeful their presence would have borne fruit for the Guyanese people and out of it might have come some position that could have led to a result. "I am worried that an election a month ago is now a court house matter and I am getting a feeling that this is not going to end well. I hope I am wrong."
2 men arrested after crash into police car
After robbery, five suspects checked into Mayaro resort
Police said the suspects were believed to be involved in robberies and home invasions across the country, and their pictures were to be circulated to police stations in all divisions.
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