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Saturday, May 28, 2022


The Coronavirus Outbreak

PTSC at 50% passenger capacity from Monday

The Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) is advising that with effect from tomorrow, Monday 17 August 2020, it will be operating at fifty percent (50%) passenger capacity, in accordance with the latest COVID-19 restrictions issued by Government.

Call for doctors to get random drug tests

Ryan Bachoo spoke to RebuildTT President Gregory Lal-Beharie on the Morning Brew. He says testing needs to start at the Medical Student...

3,567 COVID-19 deaths as 5 more lives lost to the disease

Five more people—two elderly men, two elderly women and one middle-aged man—have lost their lives to COVID-19, while another 564 people have tested positive for the disease, according to the latest update from the Ministry of Health.

20 new COVID cases

The Ministry of Health has recorded 20 new COVID cases bringing the total number of active cases to 343. The death toll...

Bars, beaches, restaurants to reopen on Monday, June 22nd

From Monday, June 22nd bars, beaches, restaurants and other businesses will be allowed to reopen. Prime Minister Dr Kieth Rowley made the...

Health Ministry warns against “fake news”

The Ministry is urging citizens to obtain information on the current COVID-19 outbreak ONLY from authorised Government sources, namely the ministries of Health and Communications.

13 CAL workers now under self-quarantine

Thirteen Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) workers have been placed under self-quarantine for 14 days after working on flights which were eventually discovered to have...

14 more people test COVID positive in Tobago

Some 14 people in Tobago have tested positive for COVID-19 over the past 24 hours, but the number of current active infections on the island continues to fall, with the latest total being 359 persons actively infected.

Health officials say vaccination critical to helping T&T deal with Delta...

A call is being made for people to arm themselves with COVID-19 vaccines before the arrival of the Delta variant, which Government says is inevitable.

COVID-19 testing continues at CARPHA

The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) continues its testing regime to determine the incidence of COVID-19 in Trinidad and Tobago, with the number of samples under assessment rising to 2,906, as of the morning of Sunday 24 May 2020.


Fire destroys apartment building in Princes Town

Over a dozen people are homeless tonight after a fire destroyed an apartment building in Princes Town. Among the affected is a...

Weather Forecast for May 28

Weather Forecast for May 28 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCcmnys57QE

Prison, Fire Officers wants starting offer of 10%

Prison and Fire Officers are tonight telling the Chief Personnel Officer that they will only start wage discussions at 10 percent. Accompanied...

Bamboo Village flood pump fire-bombed

Residents of Bamboo Village were spared a major disaster last night after someone allegedly fire-bombed a flood pump in the area. It's...

Business Watch: ANSA McAL completes acquisition of Monte Plata Solar Farm

Once bitten, twice shy. That's how ANSA McAL's Group CEO Anthony N Sabga III describes the conglomerate's approach to cyber-security following a...