Daily Brief

Daily Brief- Monday 26th April, 2021

There are over 1300 active covid19 cases in Trinidad and Tobago, according to the latest covid19 update. There was also an additional death which increased the covid19 death toll to 159. The total number of active cases now stands at 1,343. Read more

26th April 2021


Daily Brief - Friday 23rd April, 2021

The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) urged people on Thursday to get covid19 vaccinations only through their country's national immunisation programme. In a press release, PAHO warned that getting vaccinated outside legal programmes could be dangerous to your health. Read more

23rd April 2021


Daily Brief - Thursday 22nd April, 2021

There are 81 new covid19 cases, according to the Health Ministry's Wednesday update. This takes the total since March 2020 to 9,216 cases. The results come from samples taken between April 18 and 20. Active cases also increased to 1,023. The death toll remains at 157. Read more

22nd April 2021


Daily Brief - Wednesday 21st April, 2021

The Tobago Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) has received an estimated $225,000, so far, towards its relief drive for volcano-hit St Vincent and the Grenadines. The La Soufriere volcano erupted on April 9, some 42 years after its last explosion. Read more

21st April 2021


Daily Brief - Tuesday 20th April, 2021

Two months after they pleaded not guilty to the brutal murder of six-year-old Sean Luke back in 2006, the two men charged with the crime have gone on trial. Four witnesses testified on the first day of the judge-only trial before Justice Lisa Ramsumair-Hinds, who gave her ruling on the... Read more

20th April 2021


Daily Brief - Monday 19th April, 2021

The Ministry of National Security says this country is not only providing assistance to St Vincent and the Grenadines as a result of the volcanic eruption but also to Barbados which has been affected by the volcano’s ashfall. Read more

19th April 2021


Daily Brief - Friday 16th April, 2021

Four months before his contract comes to an end, Police Commissioner Gary Griffith says he is unsure of his next step in life, but said he has served the country well for about two decades, and whatever he decides will be for the betterment of TT. Read more

16th April 2021


Daily Brief - Thursday 15th April, 2021

Scotiabank has expanded its health care benefits to include the same-sex partners of employees. Stephen Bagnarol, managing director of Scotiabank TT, on Wednesday said the bank’s most recent step to align its benefits for all employees shows respect for everyone's diversity. “Being the best bank means taking bold action. Read more

15th April 2021


Daily Brief - Wednesday 14t April, 2021

Two companies – Heritage Petroleum and Angostura ­– are warning the public to be aware of online scams involving false recruitment services in the case of the State oil company and credit card scamming by way of a false online competition, in the case of the alcoholic beverage company. Read more

14th April 2021


Daily Brief - Tuesday 13th April, 2021

The Ministry of Health has recorded 37 new covid19 cases, bringing the total number of active cases to 520. These figures reflect samples taken between April 9-11. Its 4pm update on Monday said 8,638 people have been vaccinated since the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine last Tuesday. Read more

13th April 2021


Daily Brief - Monday 12th April, 2021

The Supermarket Association (SATT) has offered assistance to St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) as people there evacuate in the wake of the eruption of the La Soufriere volcano. Its president Rajiv Diptee said SATT stands ready to assist with humanitarian efforts where supplies and food are concerned, as well... Read more

12th April 2021


Daily Brief - Friday 9th April, 2021

The Ministry of Health recorded 41 new covid19 cases in its 4pm update on Thursday, bringing the total number of active cases to 432. These figures reflect samples taken between April 5 and 7. The update also said the total number of people vaccinated since Tuesday is 4,777. Read more

9th April 2021


Daily Brief - Thursday 8th April, 2021

The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) commemorated World Health Day, April 7, on Wednesday, promoting the slogan of "Together for a fairer and healthier world." In a press release, Dr Joy St John, executive director of CARPHA, made an urgent call to eliminate health inequities and mobilise actions to achieve... Read more

8th April 2021


Daily Brief - Wednesday 7th April, 2021

The Supermarkets Association of Trinidad and Tobago (SATT) has said it was time the government implored the assistance of the private sector to ensure herd inoculation against the covid19 virus. In a media statement on Tuesday, its president Rajiv Diptee said not enough was being done to protect citizens and... Read more

7th April 2021


Daily Brief - Tuesday 6th April, 2021

An open valve on a Heritage Petroleum Company Ltd crude oil tank led to approximately 318 liters of oil spilling into nearby watercourses, a release to the media said. Heritage said they are now in the process of cleaning the watercourse. Read more

6th April 2021


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