Trinidad and Tobago adjusted restrictions and curfew to the daytime period on the two public holidays scheduled last week, the Indian Arrival Day on Monday and Corpus Christi on Thursday, to limit movement during the day.
At a media briefing yesterday, Prime Minister Keith Rowley said while the daily 9:00 pm to 5:00 pm curfew in place with the State of Emergency will not be changed, there would be some adjustments for the public holidays. The movement will only be allowed for a limited period during the day.
Rowley also noted that the sale of pre-packaged food prepared by restaurants and fast food businesses will be banned, as attempts are being made to curb the number of COVID-19 cases in the islands.
(Source: Caribbean News Now)