At this point, the Coronavirus has infected over four thousand people, most of which are cases inside of mainland China. Thailand has experienced fourteen cases, Hong Kong eight, and Japan seven.
Despite having all the information (about the woman who lost her child in the SFGH) Guardian Media left the story and only decided to “take it on” after 868 Media had already taken it viral, here is how it played out.
SWRHA said management and staff of their organization are “dishearted by the details shared and commiserate with the anguish experienced by the patient and her family.
An investigation is underway after 4 month pregnant lady looses her child due to possible negligence.
The US secretary of states’ website has no indication that either Barbados or TT was invited to participate in the Jamaica meeting. However, media outlets in the US have said Pompeo’s meeting in Jamaica will be held with seven Caribbean countries, five of which were part of the March 2019 meeting. The countries are the Bahamas, Belize, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Saint Kitts and Nevis, and Saint Lucia.
What you should know about Chinatown Journalist James Lanser dissected the Chinatown project in a recent video explainer on 868 Media’s YouTube Channel. The video highlighted how the project came to be and also featured several interviews. Among the interviewees were Port of Spain mayor Joel Martinez and president of Continue Reading
the provision of grant aid by the Government of China to the Government of Trinidad and Tobago for the operationalisation of the National Forensic Testing Centre and for the implementation of other projects agreed upon between both Governments.”
Among announcing that Chinatown has much more changes to expect in the future the PoS mayor also announced what these changes would be.
NP gas stations experiencing long lines of cars waiting to fuel up. This may be due to the fact that it the Unipet stations no longer have supply and therefore cannot serve anyone….
A little over a week after the video was released the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard stopped 34 Venezuelan migrants in a boat at the very same region mentioned and shown in the video.