Some 919 persons have been tested, thus far, for COVID-19 infection in Trinidad and Tobago. 107 of them have tested positive for the disease.
The Trinidad and Tobago Blind Welfare Association (TTBWA) is calling on Government to ensure that all its response plans to the current COVID-19 crisis in the country are inclusive, and mindful of the needs of persons living with disabilities.
The Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force has teamed up with the Ministry of Social Development and Family Services to construct temporary shelter at the Centre for Displaced Persons for street dwellers.
The Caribbean’s fight against COVID-19 has just received a major financial boost from the European Union, to the tune of 8 million euro (US$8.6M).
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) and Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, have sought to clarify the TTPS’ recent handling of street food vendors, in light of the current COVID-19 Regulations…
Local business chambers are recommending that Government launch a National Recovery Fund, as well as additional tax credits for employees, and income support for self-employed persons, in light of the COVID-19 crisis in the country.
Several private security firms have been engaged by the Government to carry out mobile patrols in residential communities until May 5th.
Soroptimist International of San Fernando, with the support of the corporate sector, has teamed up with the La Romaine Migrant Support Group (LARMS) to ensure the basic food needs of migrants are met.
Ryan Bachoo spoke to Pharmaceutical Society of TT President Junia Forde Walcott on the Morning Brew. She says the shortage of Hydroxychloroquine...