Cruise ship passenger tests positive
Posted: Saturday, June 27, 2020
Cruise ship passenger tests positive for Covid
One of the Trinidad and Tobago nationals quarantined aboard the Enchantment of the Seas cruise ship docked off Port of Spain, has tested positive for the Covid-19 coronavirus.
One new positive COVID-19 case—Health Ministry
Billion-dollar waterfront project launched in Sando
'Not an election gimmick'
Toxic hand sanitisers on the market, warns Ministry
The Ministry advised that all local manufacturers, importers and distributors of alcohol-based handrubs/sanitisers should seek prior approval from the Chemistry Food and Drugs Division (CFDD), MOH. This is to ensure compliance with the requirements of the Food and Drugs Act and Regulations of Trinidad and Tobago.
Good Samaritan flies pregnant Antiguan home
Early yesterday, Lewis boarded a flight the Ministry of National Security organised for her to leave on after she was granted her permission to leave the country. The private flight was already set to depart T&T with a Trinidadian national Lewis is calling her Good Samaritan, but the ministry collaborated with him to take her on the flight and drop her off in her homeland.
T&T students beg to come home
Facing desperate shortage of food, hygiene products in Cuba...
Angostura donates 7,000 bottles of hand sanitiser to schools
A handover ceremony was conducted at the company's headquarters yesterday, where Peter Sandström, CEO of Angostura said, "We want to ensure that our nation's children are safe when they return to school so that when their parents go to work, they are comfortable knowing their children are protected."
Heat in House over Paria Fuel deal
United National Congress MP Roodal Moonilal called on Annisette-George to "take a walk" out of the Parliament chamber and apologise for failing to recuse herself from a matter he tried to raise in Parliament in April, which involved Paria Fuel Trading Company Ltd where her husband is chairman.
Moonilal sues PM over remarks on Waithe
More misery as Saharan dust concentrations rise again
Citizens are being advised to take the necessary precautions as Saharan dust concentrations have risen yet again.
T&T air quality 'unhealthy', public warned to avoid heavy exertion
$2.4m needed to save a life
He said, "It started with a normal toothache and like anyone else I took meds to ease the pain. But it got so bad that I needed to visit a doctor, and after several tests, including a biopsy, a short time after, we found out it was AML [acute myeloid leukaemia].
Suspect arrested in Aniah's killing
Police said that a team of officers from the Region Two Homicide Bureau detained the man on Wednesday at his home. Police did not want to say where the suspect lives but added that they arrested him with little help from people who witnessed the killings.
'Great News! You are eligible to receive a Government grant!' - It's A Scam
This is the warning issued to members of the public by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) over an online scam aimed of fleecing people of their money.
Court lifts injunction: CoP can send officer on leave
Cop killed, Shot dead in Car
Investigators said the officer was shot to the back of the head and chest shortly after 5 a.m., at Morvant Old Road. His body was found at the side of the road while his vehicle was discovered a short distance away.
Sister, boyfriend charged with Geeta's murder
Geeta Newman, 53, of Plaisance Park, Pointe-a-Pierre was last seen on June 15, in the company of her sister, Ms Resaulsingh. The following day, police went to the victim's residence in Pointe-a-Pierre, which she shared with Resaulsingh.
Cop charged with sexual assault of minor
A police officer with three years service, attached to the Tobago Division appeared virtually before a Scarborough Magistrate on Friday, charged with sexual penetration of a 15-year-old girl.
Spoken word group under fire; sexual misconduct allegations go public
Those who spoke out say the man was grooming young girls within the organisation, but that reports of this to the senior membership of the group were not seriously addressed.
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