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PCR Test 72 Hours Before Returning to T&T now Required

  By Sue-Ann Wayow EFFECTIVE from November 15, persons entering Trinidad and Tobago must have a negative PCR Covid-19 test done 72 hours before travel. Persons will be quarantined for seven days and will be re-tested on the sixth before being allowed to leave state facilities. Returnees will be required to be either in state […]Read More

Young: A Pyramid Scheme is Fraud

  Young: A Pyramid Scheme is Fraud By Sue-Ann Wayow A Pyramid scheme is not a sou-sou, but fraud. This is according to National Security Minister Stuart Young who warned the public about getting involved in promised money saving deals as they are deemed fraudulent. Speaking during a post Cabinet media briefing on Wednesday, Young […]Read More

Young: 4,500 TT Nationals Allowed to Return Home

  By Pamela Ramcharan NATIONAL Security Minister Stuart Young says 79 more Trinidad and Tobago Nationals in Grenada will get exemptions to return home later this week. He made that revelation at the Ministry of Health’s virtual media conference on Saturday. Young said that government was also looking at giving up to 200 exemptions to […]Read More

TT Students in US will Not be Deported

  TRINIDAD and Tobago nationals studying in the United States of America will not be deported without discussions between both Governments. This assurance was given by National Security Minister Stuart Young during the Ministry of Health’s virtual media conference on Saturday. It follows a recent announcement that the US will send international students home if […]Read More

Sasha Singh says She’s Only Trying to Help TT Nationals

  AN agent representing a private jet company says she was not committing fraud by attempting to help Trinidadians to return home. Sasha Singh lashed out at National Security Minister Stuart Young after he said a probe was underway to find out if Trinidad and Tobago nationals abroad were tricked into paying a private aircraft […]Read More

Nearly 3,000 Applications to Return to TT

  THE Ministry of National Security is looking into close to 3,000 applications for exemptions from Trinidad and Tobago nationals stranded abroad due to the Covid-19 pandemic. National Security Minister Stuart Young made the comment during the Health Ministry’s virtual media conference on Monday. He said, “The applications are only indicative of a physical application […]Read More

Young: I Will Not Resign

  MINISTER of National Security Stuart Young says he will not be resigning from the Cabinet of Trinidad and Tobago. Several calls have been made for his resignation after he allowed Venezuela Vice President Delcy Rodriguez and a delegation to enter the country for a meeting at the Diplomatic Centre on March 27 when TT’s […]Read More

Dumas/Daly: Stop the Megaphone Dilplomacy

  A former ambassador and a senior counsel of Trinidad and Tobago are expressing their views about the March 27 visit by Venezuela Vice President Delcy Rodriguez while the country’s borders were closed. Reginald Dumas, a former ambassador and head of the public service, and eminent attorney Martin Daly said they were “deeply concerned” by […]Read More

PM: Derek Chin Allowed to Return Home on Condition that

THE owner of MovieTowne Derek Chin was allowed to return to Trinidad only if he picked up cancer patient Krissa Bissoon who was stranded in the Bahamas. This was revealed by Dr Keith Rowley at a media conference at the Diplomatic Centre on Saturday. Chin and Bissoon are in quarantine at the Cascadia Hotel after […]Read More

Rowley to Guardian Newspaper: I Reject Being Called a Liar

    PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley says he rejects being called a liar by the Trinidad and Tobago Guardian newspaper. He made the comment in a post on the Facebook page of the Office of the Prime Minister  in response to the editorial of the Guardian newspaper on Thursday. The editorial made reference to […]Read More