10 more test Covid-positive
Posted: Tuesday, August 4, 2020
10 more test Covid-positive - 3 are mysteries
But in three cases, the health experts do not know the source of the infections
Ten new COVID-19 cases recorded, three pending investigation
AA announces new covid19 precautions at airports
TTUTA tells teachers: Discontinue face to face SEA classes immediately
The Association said its calls for closure of schools is not fueled by clueless speculation or unchecked emotion.
Education associations disagree on closing schools
Kamla renews call for PM to cancel CPL tournament
According to the Jamaican Observer, a Jamaican CPL player tested positive for COVID-19, while two players who might have been exposed were withdrawn from the Jamaican Tallawahs squad.
CoP tests negative for COVID
The commissioner was tested after being in contact with someone who was a secondary contact of another person suspected of being positive.
OWTU: Govt guilty of bad faith on refinery
African groups demand 'reparative action' from Prestige Holdings for KFC's Emancipation Day ad
We cannot allow a major Caribbean corporate player to perpetuate demeaning images of African People at any time—and more so on a day that is sacred to us, when we pay homage to our ancestors whose sacrifice resulted in the freedoms we celebrate on Emancipation Day.
New Airline takes off today
Prime Minister Mia Mottley on Saturday announced the arrival of InterCaribbean Airways to Barbados, with flights expected to start from today.
Constituents of Princes Town are being advised not to vote for United National Congress (UNC) candidate Barry Padarath in the August 10 general election because his nomination is flawed.
PM: I await UNC's defence in court on Padarath matter
Who will lead us out of the pandemic?
With the 2020 general election day scheduled for August 10, the Express takes a look back at the history of elections in T&T.
HDC justified in firing Jearlean: $17m lawsuit dismissed
John, who was appointed to the position by former prime minister Patrick Manning in 2009, was terminated for her behaviour towards HDC officials, including chairman Newman George.
Inquest ordered into chef's death
According to police reports, around 1 am on July 19, King was in the company of a 32-year-old female relative and her friend, when he got into an altercation with the women. During the altercation, he was stabbed in the throat.
Woman doesn't remember attacking son
The 37-year-old told investigators over the weekend that she could not recall what led to the fight, that has left the 14-year-old warded in a serious condition at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex in Mt Hope.
Man sentenced to 36 months in jail for pouring hot water on woman
James went into the kitchen where he placed a pot of water to boil on the stove. He returned to the living room where an argument ensued. Around 6.15 am, the woman was sitting on a single couch in the living room with her back turned to the kitchen when the accused got up and went back into the kitchen.
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