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Covid-19: Arima Court Closed

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NO one is allowed into the Arima District Court building as of Thursday (August 13).

In a release the Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago said the operations of the Arima District Court will be adjusted from August 13, 2020 until further notice.

Please be advised that no one will be allowed into the Court building.

It stated, “Vacating this building has become necessary as a precautionary measure given that a member of staff has been tested for Covid-19.

“While the staff member has not been confirmed as Covid-19 positive, the usual precautions for this level of exposure have called for the current course of action.”

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The Judiciary noted that the facility will be sanitised and there will be no in-person hearings or activities.

Virtual Court Hearings will continue, the release stated.

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It stated that the public will be kept apprised of developments and are kindly reminded that services such as CourtPay, the Domestic Violence Hotline and e-filing are available.

The release stated that the court may be contacted at: – Telephone: 223 1060 Extensions: 2908, 2909, 2913, 2915, 2916 – Email: mrcc.arima@ttlawcourts.org

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