“I must take this opportunity to express my heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the people of Trinidad and Tobago who took the time to text and even call to find out about my condition, having been affected by COVID-19.”
The former ILP political leader says he received an outpouring of love and concern by people from all walks of life.
Mr. Warner said “regardless what people wish to say about us, we are still a loving people, a people with a deep sense of affinity for each other and it dawned upon me that in spite of the many who attempt to divide us, caring for each other is embedded deep within our psyche and for that I will always be perpetually grateful.”
Mr. Warns also spoke about nights where he laid on his bed thinking about his family and friends and situations around COVID-19; which he says deprived him from receiving visitors.
“At this moment, I am still at the Couva Hospital and I am doing much better; the medical staff is doing the best they can and that is all for which I can ask,” said Warner.
Mr. Warner is today advising all citizens to be safe and not put themselves in harm’s way with the Coronavirus.