Trinidad and Tobago: Bars, cinemas, restaurants, casinos and gyms re-opens for vaccinated people

Trinidad and Tobago: Bars, cinemas, restaurants, casinos and gyms re-opens for vaccinated people
Trinidad and Tobago: Bars, cinemas, restaurants, casinos and gyms re-opens for vaccinated people

The vaccinated person would now be allowed to enter the places like bars, cinemas, restaurants, casinos and gyms. PM Keith Rowley has announced these new changes.

Additionally, the curfew hours have also been adjusted from 10 pm to 5 am. The new timings would come in effect from 27 September, Monday.

Health Minister Stuart Young said that before entering the enlisted establishments, the people would have to show their COVID-19 vaccination proof.

The Health Ministry indicated that the people who own the establishments would be only allowed to operate with 50% capacity. The whole staff that they would be calling should be fully vaccinated. In case the owner would find violating the protocols, they would be fined as the Government looks to implement a tiered penalty system.

The Government would begin digital vaccination cards with the assistance of the Ministry of Digital Transformation. Health Minister gave this statement.

The prime minister also declared that the immunised students, particularly from five and six, would be allowed to attend face-to-face classes from Monday, 4 October 2021.

PM Rowley said that in the coming weeks Government would view the re-opening of beaches and sporting activities.

Health Minister said that the people on the island who would be producing the fake reports of COVID-19 vaccination to enter the establishments. Those individuals would be facing serious consequences

Prime Minister, along with the Health Minister, urged the citizens to strictly follow the COVID-19 protocols and get themselves fully vaccinated as soon as possible. So far, a total of 564,315 individuals have received their first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine, whereas, in total, 473,097 individuals have welcomed their second jab of the COVID-19 vaccine, and now are fully vaccinated against the deadly COVID-19.

There are a total of 4,209 active cases of the COVID-19 mutant on the island, 43,796 people have been recovered, and 1,437 had lost their lives due to the COVID-19 virus.