The Couva District Health Facility 

The South-West Regional Health Authority (SWRHA) wishes to advise and alert the public, that a quantum of vials of the COVID-19 vaccines, were recently discovered missing from the Couva District Health Facility (CDHF) on Friday and confirmed today after preliminary investigation.

While an investigation is underway, the public is reminded that as a matter of public safety, the COVID-19 vaccines should only be accessed at Ministry of Health authorized vaccination locations.

Members of the public are requested to be on high alert and contact the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service should they have information.


With days left before the rematch between the People’s National Movement (PNM) and the Progressive Democratic Patriots (PDP) for control of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA), the PNM enjoys a modest lead of six per cent among residents of Tobago.

Chief Elections Officer Fern Narcis-Scope has assured there will be no tampering or interference with the voting process in tomorrow’s Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election, following the introduction of an initiative to electronically collect data.

Member of Parliament for San Fernando East Brian Manning has been admitted to the high dependency unit of the Couva Hospital and Multi-Training Facility after he contracted the Covid-19 virus.

Manning and his wife, Shelly Dass, tested positive for Covid-19, several sources close to the family confirmed yesterday.

Ninety-five remand and convicted inmates from six prisons throughout the country have been categorised as “high-threat level” and are being housed at the Wayne Jackson Building, formerly called Building 13, at the Maximum Security Prison (MSP) in Arouca.

After 15 long, difficult years, Subash Jamuna has finally done it.

The 38-year-old from El Socorro defied the odds and was called to the Bar on November 26.

What makes his achievement so remarkable is the fact that Jamuna has cerebral palsy.

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