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Critically ill covid19 patients increase
Posted: Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Hospitalisation rate down but critically ill covid19 patients increase
At Monday's virtual press conference hosted by the Ministry of Health, Richards said 80 per cent of patients warded over the past month have been severely ill.

MSJ: Cuba handling covid19 better than most countries

T&T gets two new drive-thru vaccine sites
Things should be getting easier for members of the public hoping to get vaccinated against COVID-19 as the nation's first drive-thru site will be operationalised at Wallerfield, Arima on Wednesday.

SWRHA turns back vaccine walk-ins

COVID-19 death toll nears 1,000 with six new fatalities

Botanic Gardens reopened
Patrons are advised that all COVID-19 protocols are to be observed when visiting the facility.

Rapso co-founder hails Brother Resistance as an educator and visionary
Everard Romany gives rare interview about Rapso journey and relationship with Resistance

KFC raises prices, adjusts menu
"It is unfortunate, but we had to resort to raising prices," he said. "Oil has gone up 30 per cent. Chicken has gone up by 15-20 per cent. These are key inputs to our process."

KFC opens 60th restaurant in most penetrated market

No crowds in south Trinidad as food businesses reopen

Port of Spain food sales slow on Monday

Dad fighting for his life in ICU after trying to save son from inferno
The teenager was at his stepmother's house, unknowing to his father. A female relative disclosed that once Paul learned about the inferno, he ran into the burning building in an attempt to locate his child, fearful that he was asleep.

Husband of Beetham stroke victim calls for help
Elvis Riley, 48, says for the last three years he has had to play the role of breadwinner and caretaker for his common-law-wife Balmatie John, 55, who had a stroke that left her unable to speak or walk.

Beetham mourns child killed in highway accident
Kevin was crossing the highway near the Vehicle Management Corporation of TT (VMCOTT) with his mother Debbie Joseph and six-year-old brother Kellen Thompson when they were struck by a Suzuki Grand Vitara on Friday night.

Five killed in accidents, TTPS urges vigilance

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