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Tuesday, August 9, 2022


The Coronavirus Outbreak

T&T has 105 confirmed COVID-19 cases; deaths now at 8

The Health Ministry confirms that the number of COVID-19 deaths has increased to 8, as of the morning of Monday 6 April 2020...

“Don’t blame me, all vending is illegal”

Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith on the Morning Brew. He reiterates that the TTPS operates within the remit...

Zoo continues monitoring and tough safety protocols to keep animals COVID-19...

The Emperor Valley Zoo assures T&T they're doing their utmost to keep the animals there COVID-19 free, after a tiger in the US' Bronx Zoo tests positive...

Shoppers practise physical distancing at Chaguanas Market

A trip to the Chaguanas Market on Saturday shows customers complying with the COVID-19 Regulations and practice social distancing from each other...

TTUTA Exec: Expect schools to remain closed longer

TTUTA's Second Vice-President says T&T’s primary and secondary schools could remain closed for much longer than originally thought, because of the COVID-19 crisis.

T&T borders still too porous; foreign nationals still coming in illegally—SRC...

SRC Chairman Dinesh Sankersingh says T&T’s porous borders make it easy for foreign nationals to enter illegally, some of whom may be carrying COVID-19, increasing the risk of a worse outbreak, here.

UNC urges citizens to wear masks when in public

Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar also encourages citizens to stay at home, in accordance with the COVID-19 regulations, but says if they must leave home, they should wear masks.

Third bar owner charged with breaching COVID-19 Regulations

TAMASHRAJ RAMKISSOON, owner of Tom's Bar and Liquor Mart in Freeport, is the third bar owner to be charged with breaching the current COVID-19 Regulations.

T&T has 104 confirmed COVID-19 cases; deaths now at 7

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Trinidad and Tobago rises to 104. The number of confirmed deaths is 7, with the latest death occurring in Tobago.

Pointe-a-Pierre MP urges Government to get aid to citizens quicker

UNC Deputy Political Leader and Member of Parliament for Pointe-a-Pierre, Dr David Lee, wants Government to cut the red tape and get the various COVID-19 relief packages to citizens quicker…


Impact bins placed at dangerous Debe roundabout

Impact bins and other safety features are being rolled out by the ministry of works and transport at the Gandhi Village roundabout...

Jacob: 84 arrests made for illegal scrap iron

In just a few months, the acting police commissioner says one hundred and 84 people have been arrested in connection with illegally trading...

Crossing the Line – Part 2

On Sunday (7 August 2022), CNC3 brought you part one of this special report about a contentious land dispute in the Piparo...

Las Cuevas family facing eviction

In a matter of hours...a Las Cuevas family will be on the streets... Cherry-Ann Cox, a mother of three...

St Jude’s Home staff seek protection from residents

Caregivers at the St Jude's Home for Girls are begging the state for protection after a worker was attacked by residents on...