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Tracking covid19 measures in TT
Posted: Sunday, April 19, 2020

Tracking covid19 measures in TT

Foreign-based Trinis feel safer from virus at home
Two of them agreed to go on the record and told Sunday Newsday they feel safer here in TT than where they had made their new homes.

Deyalsingh: I fear for the health care system
Deyalsingh, who usually begins his daily media briefings with international and local statistics on covid19, on Saturday read headlines from the three daily newspapers appealing to citizens not to make a bad situation worse by flouting stay-at-home guidelines.

'Selling your dog, meeting boyfriend not essential'

'Too many people going hungry'

Food hotlines for the needy

MoH: Still 114 covid19 cases in TT

Trini nurses shine in New York covid19 battle
WITH almost half the US covid19 deaths in the state of New York, and almost 10,000 in the city, Marabella-born US-trained nurse Lisa-Maria John said she hopped on a plane to what is now referred to as "ground zero" because she was bound by duty.

Shilohna emerges 3 months after China lockdown
But things are far from "normal" as Chinese authorities relax restrictions. Failing to adhere to state-approved social-distancing and quarantine measures may result in jail time. Other offences include not wearing masks and lying about one's travel or health status.

T&T among 63 countries to receive Paracetamol from India
The Indian Government says this decision has been taken on humanitarian grounds to ensure the supply of medicine that is widely used, including in cases with COVID-19. According to the Government statement, this is part of India's efforts to contribute to the global efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jamaica promoting both diversification, divestment
Preparing for post-COVID-19 world

Harvest tabanca
"When people here this village having harvest, that village having harvest, it is like an outing. I going by meh friend in that village because that is the day of their harvest."

Cop killed as spat escalates from baton to bullets
A MAN deported from the United States is detained in connection with the killing of Special Reserve ASP Julien Emmanuel shot with his own firearm on Friday.

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