$50m spent so far on covid19
Posted: Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Deyalsingh: About $50m spent so far on covid19
He explained there is a lot of "budget headroom" in $150 million for a variety of things including renting facilities, paying people, testing, personal protective equipment, ventilators and contact tracing.
Arima covid19 patient spent 6 days out and about while sick
ALTHOUGH sick for a week with clear symptoms, the country's latest covid19 case – a man who is a delivery driver – ignored standard protocols and continued to work and mingle in public before eventually feeling so ill that he checked himself into the Arima Hospital on Sunday where tests revealed he had the virus.
Update: Five new cases of COVID-19 confirmed by MOH
In its 10 am update on Tuesday, the Ministry of Health confirmed that Trinidad and Tobago's total number of positive cases currently stands at 153.
CoP orders closure of Riverside Plaza, Police Administration Building
In a statement on Tuesday, the Trinidad and Tobago Police (TTPS) said this follows unconfirmed reports of an employee of the TTPS exhibiting flu-like symptoms at the workplace.
Police buildings cleared, as WPC tests positive for Covid
Kamla: Govt making Trinis abroad homeless
ON YET another occasion, the Opposition Leader has accused the Prime Minister and his administration of abandoning citizens who are stranded abroad and have been refused exemptions to return home as TT's borders remain closed due to the covid19 pandemic.
The church and slavery
2 Step fathers charged with rape of girls: Mom charged with keeping it secret
Child Protection Unit (CPU) officers were alerted to a case involving a nine-year-old girl who reported that she was forced to perform acts of a sexual nature to her stepfather.
Venezuelans, have your documents in order
Venezuelan nationals who are legally residing in this country are being reminded that they should always have access to their registration cards.
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