As a member and officer of the Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union, I’m working with my comrades from the different branches that make up my company, T&TEC.
We applaud the members of the private sector who are rising to the challenge of the national Covid-19 emergency by taking action at the expense of their bottom line.
The reported arrival of 33,000 AstraZeneca vaccines on Monday should be welcome news. With all the unknowns and rumours and counter-rumours of possible side effects, …
With Trinidad and Tobago recording its highest ever coronavirus death rate on Thursday, I urge all citizens to accept whatever Covid-19 vaccine is available and being offered at this time.
It should be clear to the Government by now that current public health measures are not working and that the Covid-19 crisis engulfing us requires a more targeted response focused squarely on curbing movement.
We are living in perilous times. Stress levels are running high while patience is running low.
Many people all around the world are itching to get back to life as it used to be before this deadly pandemic arrived.
During our Friday briefing with the Ministry of Health concerning Covid-19, there was something that was very constant coming from those addressing the public. It was the way citizens should conduct themselves in this pandemic.