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Reports of Poisoning: Don’t Buy Ginger Less than 4 Inches

    DUE to the possible risk of poisoning, the public in Trinidad and Tobago is being advised not to purchase ginger less than four inches in length. Only buy ginger root, according to a release from the Ministry of Health on Sunday evening. The ministry stated in that there were reports that some ginger […]Read More

Map Shows Most Covid-19 Cases in West Trinidad

  MOST of the confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Trinidad appear to be on the western side of the island. Tobago only has two confirmed cases on the southwestern part of the island. This was revealed at a news conference on Thursday by Chief Medical Officer Dr Roshan Parasram. The Ministry of Health used Geographical […]Read More

No Confirmed Cases of Covid-19 in TT

  THERE are no confirmed cases of the Covid-19 virus in Trinidad and Tobago. The Ministry of Health stated that that as of Wednesday afternoon, 25 samples were sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing for COVID-19 and all returned negative. In a release, it stated, “The Ministry will continue to provide […]Read More

12 More Suspected Influenza Cases in TT

  THERE are now 29 suspected cases of influenza in Trinidad and Tobago. In its weekly update the Ministry of Health stated that there were 29 suspected cases of influenza as at January 17, 2020. This is 12 more than what was reported for the previous week. The Ministry of Health said 67,867 vaccines have […]Read More

Health Ministry Looks for Counterfeit Drugs in Pharmacies

  THE Health Ministry says routine inspections will be done at pharmacies across Trinidad regarding counterfeit drugs. In a release on Friday, the Ministry stated it has received a preliminary report from its Chemistry, Food and Drugs Division regarding an alleged find of counterfeit drugs in Trinidad. The Health Ministry stated, “As a result, the […]Read More