The Couva Point Lisas Chamber of Commerce (CPCC) is calling on the Government to reopen sporting activities nationwide, as part of the strategy to beat COVID-19. It also is recommending that sporting venues be made safe zones, with limited capacity for the fully vaccinated, as well as strict adherence to all COVID-19 protocols at these sites.
An unfounded theory taking root online suggests millions of people have been “hypnotized” into believing mainstream ideas about COVID-19, including steps to combat it such as testing and vaccination.
Nineteen more people have lost their lives to COVID-19, with thirteen of those people suffering from comorbidities. The Ministry of Health’s update for today, Sunday 9 January 2022, reports that these latest deaths have pushed the national toll to 3,066 lives lost.
Trinidad and Tobago’s death toll for COVID-19 has crossed the three-thousand mark, with 18 new deaths pushing the total to 3,010 lives lost, the Ministry of Health reported in its update for Friday 7 January 2022.
An announcement will be made as soon as next week about the new proposed site for the mass cold-storage unit for Covid-19 victims, President of the Association of Funeral Home Professionals of T&T, Keith Belgrove, told Guardian Media today.
The justices on the conservative-oriented court are hearing arguments Friday about whether to allow the administration to enforce a vaccine-or-testing requirement that applies to large employers and a separate vaccine mandate for most health care workers.
A 25-year-old woman with comorbidities is the latest COVID-19 victim in Tobago, according to the update for Thursday 6 January 2022, released by the Division of Health, Wellness and Social Protection, in the Tobago House of Assembly (THA).