We are deeply disturbed by the Government’s incremental response to the COVID-19 pandemic which we fear runs the risk of delivering too little too late.
While we in Trinidad and Tobago are focusing on our own situation, it is important to note that many other nations are desperately trying to contain and manage the spread of the dreaded COVID-19 and the coronavirus that causes it.
Now is the time for warring groups of every persuasion to put aside their differences and commit their energies single-mindedly to the one thing upon which all our lives depend—which is to do everything within our power to avoid being infected by or spreading the coronavirus.
We are mystified by the Government’s continued hesitation on taking the steps urgently needed to further limit the risk of Covid-19 coronavirus spread.
The government and people of Barbados are owed our gratitude for their humanitarian act of accepting 35 nationals of Trinidad and Tobago after authorities here refused to relax our borders to allow them in.
IT is to the credit of the Prime Minister that he changed his position and agreed to the request for a bipartisan meeting with the Leader of the Opposition.
The Government’s financial and social support packages for countering the devastating impact of the coronavirus crisis on the economy, businesses and individuals are …
Yesterday’s prisoners’ riot at Remand Yard was a sharp signal to the authorities of the challenges of managing a crisis on the scale of the Covid-19 pandemic.
INCREASINGLY over the last 24 to 36 hours, public and private agencies have been announcing alterations to their schedules and in the majority of cases cancelling events which had been long-planned.