List of operational ‘Essential Services’ outlined until May 23

List of operational ‘Essential Services’ outlined until May 23

Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister, Stuart Young today outlined a list of essential services which will be able to remain in operation for the next two weeks.

Minister Young said this list will be in effect from midnight tonight Friday May 7th and will remain in place until Sunday May 23rd.

Public Transport reduce from 75% to 50%

Gatherings reduced to 5 people

The wearing of masks is mandatory

All non-essential employees are to work from home

Essential Services –

Judiciary/Legal Services

All emergency Call Centres

Fire Services

TTDF

Prisons Services

The Strategic Services Agency

Police Complaints Authority

Trinidad and Tobago Police Service

Social Workers/Care Givers

Hardwares (closing at 8pm)

Janitorial and Maintenance Services for private places

WASA/TTEC

Dental/Optometry services (only for operation and emergency services)

Live-in domestic workers, gardeners

Plumbers/Electricians

Retail/Membership Clubs (eg. PriceSmart only food and grocery items at a 50% capacity)

Markets/Supermarkets/Vegetables Stalls and Shops

Wholesale stores

Manufacturing operations (food and beverage, bottling)

Emergency and Automotive emergency services

Media Houses

NO TAKE OUT OR CURB SIDE NO DELIVERY AND RESTAURANT DINING

Farming/Fishermen (animal food and packaging)

Workers at Zoos, farms and animal shelters

Petroleum (gast stations may have to close at 8pm to be re-considered)

Hotels, Lodges

All construction work will cease until the 23rd May

 

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