Vaccine appointments on June 3 to be rescheduled in T&T: Faris Al Ravi

Vaccine appointments on June 3 to be rescheduled in T&T: Faris Al Ravi
Vaccine appointments on June 3 to be rescheduled in T&T: Faris Al Ravi

The government of Trinidad and Tobago have announced new guidelines as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the country. Now, only essential workers will be allowed on the streets, and people must have a curfew pass or their work id’s to commute around.

Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi stated that all the curfew passes already issued will be valid through these new restrictions. He said if essential workers do not hold of curfew permit, they must only present their work ID cards to authorities.

AG Al-Rawi went on to say that people requiring urgent medical procedure or with critical care appointments such as dialysis treatment or those attending already listed funerals should disclose to officers where they are moving; the officers have been notified to assist persons in such circumstances.

The Attorney General announced that all vaccination appointments scheduled for Monday, May 31 and Thursday, June 3, the public holidays of Indian Arrival Day and Corpus Christi, will be rescheduled, and persons will be consequently communicated with their new dates and times.

He also stated that individuals with emergencies or pressing matters that need to be out of their homes during the curfew hours should contact the Operational Command Centre at 480-2000 or 612-3876 for the specified permission.