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Lung function test for Covid-positive PM
Posted: Thursday, April 8, 2021

Lung function test for Covid-positive PM
As part of the ongoing healthcare and observation provided to Prime Minister Dr the Hon Keith Rowley in Tobago, the assigned doctors took the Prime Minister from the official Residence at Blenheim to the Scarborough General Hospital at Signal Hill where he underwent an MRI examination to monitor his lung functions.

PM undergoes MRI scan at Scarborough Hospital

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Two repatriated nationals among 21 new COVID-19 infections
7,683 infected persons have been rehabilitated after contracting the disease. Meanwhile, active coronavirus cases have climbed to 407.

TRHA general manager happy with vaccination process
She said the targeted daily vaccination rate was 150, and at the end of the first day of the programme on Tuesday, 152 people had received the vaccine: 33 at Canaan Health Centre, 36 at Roxborough and 83 at Scarborough.

Senior citizen unhappy at being turned away for vaccine
She said because Duke is not registered with an NCD clinic, the centre would take his contact information and give him an appointment for a later date. She said NCD patients already registered with a clinic will be given priority. At a press conference on April 1, Minister of Health Terrence Deyalsingh said the ministry is targeting 40,950 NCD patients 60 and over.

UWI economic researcher: TT-US dollar rate must depreciate
He said judging by black market forex rates, the exchange rate should be between $8 to $10 to one US dollar. In 2017 the International Monetary Fund said the TT dollar was 43 per cent over-valued.

Cop awarded $75,000 for wrongful arrest
A police officer, who was arrested after her boyfriend was held for stealing from a Customs and Excise Division warehouse in 2015, has won her wrongful arrest and false imprisonment lawsuit against the State.

Arima icon Louise Horne laid to rest
Her rich legacy in the political arena from 1976 until 1991 resulted in her being known as the longest-serving independent senator in TTs history after she was selected to serve in the Parliament by late president Sir Ellis Clarke.

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