STAY at home measures in Trinidad and Tobago remain in place until May 10.
This was revealed by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley at a news conference at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann’s on Saturday.
Borders will remain closed until May 15, he said.
Rowley also said that hardware stores will be opened half day everyday except Sunday.
He said the Government will be guided by the science and will be in a better position to decide on whether to remove the measures by that time.
Testing will be increased in the wider population. Chief Medical Officer Dr Roshan Parasram said increased testing capacity in Trinidad will be up and running on Monday.
He said the Ministry expected to do 700 tests in the next 14 days and if all were negative then that will give a better sign of no community spread.