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National Security Minister Hermangild Francis has warned against impostors who might be attempting to perpetrate scams here during the current Coronavirus global pandemic. “I know that there will be persons trying to capitalize on this pandemic.  Please be advised that you should listen to the information coming from the Chief Medical Officer, Ministry of Health […]

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) – As of Tuesday afternoon, the Health Ministry reports the following: • Number of samples submitted to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing for COVID-19 = 353 • Number of samples which have tested positive = 57 The Ministry also provides the following update: • Four (4) additional persons have tested ...

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Trinidad Guardian:- While Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley’s administration battles to secure Trinidad and Tobago against the COVID-19 crisis, he’s admitted to continuing to be a troubled parent since his daughter is in COVID “Ground Zero” in New York. “Even if she wanted to return she can’t, as we’ve closed our borders,” he said at yesterday’s […]

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(NEW YORK POST) – US doctors are hoarding two rumored “anti-coronavirus” drugs for themselves and their families, helping to drive a nationwide shortage, a report said Tuesday. The doctors are prescribing chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine for themselves and their loved ones even though there is no scientific proof that the pharmaceuticals combat the contagion — and ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) – Police investigators have moved to clarify reports that a police constable could now be slapped with multiple charges after he allegedly shot his girlfriend during a domestic dispute yesterday. Initial reports were that the police constable and his 33-year-old girlfriend were in their house at premises on Foster Lane in downtown Kingston ...

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(CMC) — The Trinidad and Tobago government today defended its decision not to re-open its borders to accommodate 35 nationals stranded in Barbados, insisting that the measure is part of an overall effort to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) here. “The only way a country has a chance to beat this, to ...

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