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Trinidad and Tobago sticking with Moderna covid19 vaccine
Posted: Thursday, November 19, 2020

Minister: Trinidad and Tobago sticking with Moderna covid19 vaccine
Speaking at the ministry's virtual media conference on Wednesday morning, he said not only was the Moderna vaccine easier to store, but it was part of the WHO's Covax Facility programme, of which TT is a member.

MoH: 45 new covid19 cases, no deaths

Those in home quarantine 'can't be forced to wear electronic tags'

Vasant pledges to include more young people in UNC politics
Under his slate "Unity Is Strength", Bharath has been seeking to appeal to party members who have to choose between himself and the incumbent, Kamla Persad-Bissessar.

Revitalising PoS 'Govt's pipe dream'
Businessman Derek Chin believes the Government's plan to revitalise Port of Spain could be a pipe dream.

Boeing 737 Max cleared for service but CAL not ready to buy
The aircraft were removed from service in 2019 following the fatal crashes of Lion Air Flight 610 and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 within five months of each other. In a release on Wednesday, the FAA said that FAA administrator Steve Dickson signed an order for the aircraft model to return to service following 20 months of testing. It said, however, that this action does not allow the aircraft to begin flying immediately.

San F'do street renamed after Sprangalang as city celebrates 32 years
Regrello said the idea to declare this year the "Year of the Arts" came to him at Spranglang's funeral. "When I looked around that morning all I saw were cultural persons who contributed significantly to the artform and would have shaped the cultural landscape of this country," he said, noting that people ought to receive their flowers while they are alive.

First Citizens closes airport foreign exchange outlet
First Citizens will permanently close its bureau de change at the Piarco International Airport at the end of the month.

Kernaham farmers reap fruits of BPTT-Miped loans
Meet the enterprising mango farmers of Mayaro whose aim is to plant every variety of the delicious fruit on their sprawling estate nestled on the edge of the Nariva swamp.

International Men's Day founder: Make men feel special Thursday
Teelucksingh said this year's focus would be on "the invisible men who are never acknowledged, the invisible men who don't make it to the front pages of our newspaper. Invisible men who don't win awards or trophies. Sometimes you talk to men and they have tears in their eyes. They say their children don't appreciate them. Others have problems with the courts, they can't see their children and some mothers turn their children against the fathers."

Hunters appeal to Govt: Don't laugh at us, open hunting season
More than 100 hunters, from Toco in the east to Moruga in the south, assembled in the carpark of the Caroni Bird Sanctuary, on Wednesday morning, with empty dog cages to symbolise their plight.

Burnt body to undergo DNA testing for identification
The body was found in the back seat of a Nissan Sylphy that was on fire at Farm Road Extension, St Joseph, on Monday night.

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