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PM: If T&T gets Pfizer vaccines, students will be vaccinated
Posted: Sunday, July 18, 2021

PM: If T&T gets Pfizer vaccines, students will be vaccinated
The Pfizer vaccine, he noted, is the only vaccine approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) for use in children age 12 and over.

Former energy minister to Government: Move on from Atlantic LNG
Stating that at a time when the world is looking at renewable sources of energy, and with gas not available, Government has to be more transparent and held accountable. "Now is not the time to be playing around with markets and prices since there are cheaper sources available worldwide from newer plants."

Health Minister: Private hospitals to give covid19 jabs

COVID-19 death toll rises to 990
Trinidad and Tobago has recorded eight new COVID-19 deaths and 235 positive cases.

Ramped up vaccinations from Monday
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has repeated that the government is not considering enforcing a mandatory vaccination programme at this time.

Niki Rodrigues and family living large DIY style

Couple killed in crash on M2 'death strip'
Over the past decade over a dozen people have died in that area near the NGC Booster station. Last year, 39-year-old Prakash "Dave" Roopnarine, of Munroe Road, Chaguanas and 16-year-old Reshma Rambarran, a student of ASJA Girls College, also died in a vehicular accident in the same area.

Touchdown: T&T's borders officially reopened
After more than a year, Trinidad and Tobago's borders reopened on Saturday with the first international flight arriving at the Piarco International Airport from Guyana around 8:15am.

Food suppliers see increased demand

Men, take a sperm test: Why male infertility is high in Trinidad and Tobago
Dr Catherine Minto-Bain of the TT IVF and Fertility Centre said evidence gathered over the past 20 years shows male infertility in Trinidad and Tobago accounts for more than half the number of cases of couples assessed as needing assistance in conceiving.

Police close robbery, shooting case: Mayaro man turns to DPP for justice
In May, the PCA concluded that it could not locate Laing's file in the police records and closed its enquiry but recommended to the CoP that efforts be made to find it "to bring closure to same."

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