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Tobago confirms first Omicron case; patient is having no travel history

As per the statement released by the THA Division of Health, Wellness and Social Protection on Saturday, Tobago has reported for its first confirmed case of Omicron-new variant of COVID-19. The sample was collected on January 4, and the results were given on January 14.

Trinidad and Tobago faces a huge medical drug supply shortage: Report

The COVID-19 outbreak has drastically impacted every sector by breaking the supply chain system of everything around the globe

TTCB is all set to restrart domestic cricket in February

The Trinidad & Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) is all set to continue domestic cricket as early as February. They are just waiting for the green signal of the Ministry of Sport and Community Development.

COVID-19 outbreak: Trinidad and Tobago logs 673 fresh cases

Trinidad and Tobago is facing a surge of Covid-19 and recorded many cases. On January 4, 2022, a total of 637 individuals were infected...

Trinidad and Tobago must ready to face Omicron spike: Deyal Singh

Principal Medical Officer Dr Maryam Abdool-Richards and Health Minister of Trinidad and Tobago Terrence Deyal Singh stated that a new variant of COVID-19 Omicron...

COVID-19 update: Trinidad and Tobago logs 458 new cases

In Trinidad and Tobago, a total of 458 individuals has exposed to the deadly virus named Covid-19 on January 2, 2022. While the number...

Trinidad and Tobago logs 302 fresh COVID-19 cases 

A Health Ministry of Trinidad and Tobago reported that a total of 302 individuals contracted with the COVID-19 pandemic on Saturday, January 1, 2021....

COVID-19 outbreak: 579 new cases with 19 deaths recorded in Trinidad and Tobago

The Health Ministry of Trinidad and Tobago informed that a total of 579 people were exposed to the Covid-19 pandemic on December 31, 2021....

COVID-19 outbreak: Trinidad and Tobago reports 462 cases, 16 deaths

Trinidad and Tobago: A Ministry of Health has provided the latest update on the Covid-19 pandemic. A total of 465 new cases have been...

Trinidad and Tobago reports six cases of Omicron variant

Trinidad and Tobago: Six news cases of a new variant of Covid-19 known as "Omicron" has been reported in the nation. A total of...

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