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THERE were long lines on Ariapita Avenue in Woodbrook for street food yesterday afternoon following the announcement by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley that all street food vending would be restricted by midnight last night.

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The two choices available to us are either to get the vaccine, or not to get the vaccine. With the first choice, we must trust the science and all the research that has gone into its development, and hope this gets us back to life before Covid-19.

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IT is not unreasonable to argue that the pandemic caused by novel coronavirus and its mutations have been far more devastating than they had to be, for several reasons.

Domestic politics played a terrible role in some countries, where insecure leaders downplayed the impact of the virus, even contradicting the scientists and medical practitioners who took seriously the impending danger.

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AS Trinidad and Tobago continues to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic, people have had to familiarise themselves with terms such as “social distancing,” “self-isolation” and “quarantine”. But these precautions are not new to the country. History provides some not-too-distant examples of these and other measures adopted to deal with issues of public health and safety.