• USA - 8 New Cases (5 minutes ago)
  • North America - 8 New Cases (5 minutes ago)
  • Venezuela - 195 Recovered (8 minutes ago)
  • Venezuela - 7 Deaths (8 minutes ago)
  • Venezuela - 1012 New Cases (8 minutes ago)
  • South America - 195 Recovered (8 minutes ago)
  • South America - 7 Deaths (8 minutes ago)
  • South America - 1012 New Cases (8 minutes ago)
  • Colombia - 10802 Recovered (11 minutes ago)
  • Colombia - 347 Deaths (11 minutes ago)
  • Colombia - 11306 New Cases (11 minutes ago)
  • South America - 10802 Recovered (11 minutes ago)
  • South America - 347 Deaths (11 minutes ago)
  • South America - 11306 New Cases (11 minutes ago)
  • Japan - 1345 Recovered (14 minutes ago)
  • Japan - 10 Deaths (14 minutes ago)
  • Japan - 1070 New Cases (14 minutes ago)
  • USA - 17 New Cases (14 minutes ago)
  • Asia - 1345 Recovered (14 minutes ago)
  • Asia - 10 Deaths (14 minutes ago)
  • Asia - 1070 New Cases (14 minutes ago)
  • North America - 17 New Cases (14 minutes ago)
  • Luxembourg - 86 Recovered (17 minutes ago)
  • Luxembourg - 37 New Cases (17 minutes ago)
  • USA - 112 Recovered (17 minutes ago)
  • USA - 40 New Cases (17 minutes ago)
  • Europe - 86 Recovered (17 minutes ago)
  • Europe - 37 New Cases (17 minutes ago)
  • North America - 112 Recovered (17 minutes ago)
  • North America - 40 New Cases (17 minutes ago)

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Last update: 134 seconds ago

Coronavirus statistics for Trinidad and Tobago

Country Total New Deaths Deaths today Recovered Active Critical Per Mil Pop
Trinidad and Tobago 412 8 8 0 139 0 265

COVID-19 Latest News for Trinidad and Tobago:

35 minutes ago
Parents: SEA students just want to get it over with
Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

“We have delved deeper into the online teaching approach and we realise there are still gaps to be filled to facilitate online teaching, including training of teachers and students, including necessary equipment. We await for these issues to be addressed after the appointment of the new Minister of...

57 minutes ago
OWTU: T&TEC acted ‘irresponsibly’ after covid19 case in San Fenando
Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

He reported that on Thursday the union received word from a worker at the San Fernando distribution area about the case after the worker had been contacted by Health Ministry officials for contact tracing. He said about 350 workers use the building in question and there is interaction there with members...

1 hour ago
PM to host media conference on Saturday
Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

"The lives of citizens are therefore at serious risk. I know that many of you may use this weekend in particular as a time to enjoy some much-needed relaxation, especially coming out of the very tense and busy election campaign season. While you enjoy your weekend, please be mindful of this very serious...

2 hours ago
FPATT head: Migrants deserve the same respect as us
Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

"They too are human beings deserving of the same respect and human rights that we justly fight for, for ourselves," said Dona Da Costa Martinez. "It is only through strategic partnerships, relationships, and meaningful collaborations we will be able to address the health needs of migrants in TT holistically...

2 hours ago
Ramnarine, Bharath: Back to work
Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

With the election over, Ramnarine said, the new PNM government "faces serious challenges brought on by the covid 19 virus and the economic depression." He said the economic contraction which TT experienced this year "is likely to be the worst since 1983 when the economy contracted by over ten per cent...

2 hours ago
CXC confident modified exam grades will be fair
Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

In a YouTube video, Wesley explained the methods which would be used to grade the modified examinations which took place during the covid19 pandemic. He said students who were affected by the covid19 pandemic to the extent that they were unable to sit their examinations would be allowed to do their...

2 hours ago
ECA: Sick leave is sick leave
Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

The ECA said terms and conditions agreed upon between the employer and employee, or employer and registered majority unions should be consulted before making any adjustments. Where there are provisions or policies for adjustment of working hours already in effect, employers should take that into consideration...

3 hours ago
Tobago braces for increase in covid19 cases
Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

“We asked for mass gatherings to be restricted to ten and for persons to observe social distancing. Any kind of gatherings where you have persons in close contact especially when they’re not all wearing masks of course gets us concerned. If you drive by on the weekend and look at what’s going...

4 hours ago
Tobago diver loses million-dollar claim against THA
Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

“There is a disturbing tendency where far too many citizens once dealing with a statutory body, operate with unrealistic, unjustified, unpatriotic, and unreasonable financial expectations. This practice has to be curtailed and there must be a shift in attitude as productivity and citizenship need...

17 hours ago
Great Race 2020 to be live-streamed once again
Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

“We didn’t have much of the bigger boats this year but what we do have is a lot of them in the smaller classes. The 60mph class has nine boats competing and 80mph has eight. We’re looking at very competitive racing in those classes. Generally, things are processing well so far. We&#...

17 hours ago
Coaches agree with Ascension postponement
Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

While in agreement with the league’s decision, all participating teams are raring to go. Today’s matches would have seen San Fernando Giants up against Central FC followed by reigning Ascension Invitational League One champions Defence Force facing 2019 runners-up Terminix La Horquetta Rangers...

17 hours ago
‘TT won’t borrow for borrowing’s sake’
Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

THE Prime Minister said the government has never borrowed for the sake of borrowing but to keep the country on an even keel. Speaking on CNC3’s The Morning Brew on Wednesday, he said if the government had not borrowed from international lenders in 2016, the economy would have collapsed, as there was...

17 hours ago
UNHCR: Do not forcefully return Venezuelans
Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

“But in the context Venezuelans fleeing Venezuela, they should not be forcefully returned to a situation where their lives or freedom would be at risk.” He spoke on behalf of UNHCR at a webinar titled The Protection of Refugees and Migrants in TT: Exploring Legal Frameworks, Human Rights and Justice...

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