Many people think, quite foolishly, that it is early to claim that the T&T government will roll out a vaccine passport/pass “but how exactly,” one must ask people of this view, “will people be expected to prove their vaccination status, if not with a pass or passport?” It is expected that if the government demands that private enitities make vaccination a policy by which they discriminate against their customers, these businesses will need customers to walk with a “proof of vaccination status.”

Top Epidemiologist on the medical reality of Covid19

Dr Alexander is perhaps the most highly qualified academic scientist in Trinidad and Tobago and the wider Caribbean on the subject of Covid19. Dr Alexander holds a PhD and has published on COVID treatment and other COVID related scientific publications. He has experience in epidemiology and in the teaching of clinical epidemiology, evidence-based medicine, and research methodology.

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On Wednesday 18 August 2021, a healthy 17-year-old schoolboy took his first shot of the Pfizer vaccine. Two days later he began to suffer from what his father described as “tightness in his chest.” On Saturday 21 August the tightness of his chest worsened to the point of hospitalization. The boy’s father, who wished to keep himself and his family anonymous, told 868 Media that “by 11:00 p.m. on Saturday,” his son was “taken to Westshore Medical where he was diagnosed with Pericarditis, which is inflammation of the outer lining of the heart.”