The National Trade Union Center claims there are inconsistencies contained in the Ministry of Health document entitled Standard Operating Procedures.
NATUC says it will highlight this development and the implications it could have for all citizens of Trinidad and Tobago.
In a media release on Monday, NATUC said it will do so at a news briefing on Tuesday at the NUGFW Headquarters, in Port of Spain, beginning at 10 am.
The trade union said it has reviewed the SOP and discussed it with other interested parties.
NATUC said being the voice of the voiceless, the poor, the disadvantaged and the working class in Trinidad and Tobago, it believe it is obligated to keep citizens informed and aware of anything that affects their overall health and wellbeing.
NATUC said it is also concerned at the government’s indifference and noncompliance to the directives coming from the FDA adding the right to know is a democratic right and must not be compromised under any circumstances.