Data debunks 'hidden' covid19 deaths
Posted: Monday, June 1, 2020
Deyalsingh: Data debunks 'hidden' covid19 deaths
He said the Central Statistical Office (CSO) reported the total number of deaths for the requested period for 2018 was 3,002. For the requested periods in 2019 and 2020 unedited data received by the Registrar General's Office, and pending verification by the CSO, reported 3,107 deaths for 2019 and 3,052 for 2020.
No update on new covid case
Saying he believed the family of three arrived from the United Kingdom, Deyalsingh said they were taken to the Home of Football step down facility in Couva "as per protocol under strict quarantine."
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$26m schol 'skul'
ROUGHLY $26 million is owed to the State by people who accessed national scholarships but either failed to perform the obligatory work in the public service, or did not complete their studies and did not repay the value of the scholarship awarded to them.
IMA: Pollution levels at beaches lower than normal
Ramadhar: Quicker processing of cases needed
But in a media release issued the following day, Ramadhar said while he agrees with Griffith's views on bail for people held with high-powered weapons, it was not up to him or the Commissioner to decide who should be granted bail.
Moonilal: Jail for journalists under new legislation
He said that a voice note a journalist received from a prisoner could be intercepted and used in a court as evidence under the legislation. "The journalist now face(s)...serious legal consequences having that. Because that information is not just intelligence, as it was before, it is evidence."
We all owe our freedom to voodoo
After an excellent update and pointing the way forward on the gradual re-opening of the country on Saturday, the Prime Minister concluded with the rather unfortunate affirmation, "It is not voodoo; it is science." I gasped. I couldn't imagine that after the shameless display of Trini xenophobia
75 suspicious cops on duty being 'monitored'
"We don't have enough evidence at this moment to charge them; however, we have enough intelligence to monitor these individuals. I am letting you know this because I am showing the transparency of the Police Service, and that I mean it when I say that no police officer is above the law," Griffith said.
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Policeman found dead, suicide suspected
When the police went to 3rd Street East, Delamarre Avenue in Trincity, officers saw Acting Inspector Ronald John, 54, of Waterman Road, Belmont dead on his stomach with a bullet wound to his head. Police sources said a firearm was found near the body.
Man jailed for gun on bed
A POINT Fortin man has been sentenced to 24 months in jail after police found a loaded gun on a bed at his home. The man, 50, who lives at Second Street in Techier Village, pleaded guilty at a virtual hearing last Friday, before Point Fortin magistrate Alicia Chankar.
Arima man held with illegal weapon
A 22-year-old Arima man was arrested yesterday for possession of a firearm and related paraphernalia.
Assault rifle found in Laventille
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is asking the public's assistance in locating the persons responsible for hiding an assault rifle on a parcel of land in Laventille.
Two men arrested for cannabis possession
Alexandra still missing after a month
The teen, who was in the care of the Mary Care Home on Gallus Street, Woodbrook, was reported missing to officers at the Central Police Station.
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