PM Rowley: Restaurants 50% in house dining but no alcohol to be served

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PM Rowley: Restaurants 50% in house dining but no alcohol to be served

PM Keith Rowley

Trinidad and Tobago Clinical update: Sat 07th November, 2020.

54,000 tests conducted to date.
5,798 positive tests in T&T
5084 persons recovered.
603 Active cases in T&T
111 deaths
24 positive cases in the past 24 hours
Average of 20 cases per day.

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley announced today during his press briefing that all through the treatment of our society the government ensured that many critical sectors remained operational including National security, public Utlities, Health, sanitation, food production, some areas of construction and the energy sector.

Many sectors were shut down in the early stages of the pandemic including transportation, education and the manufacturing sectors to curtail the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Restaurants will now be allowed to open with clients in-house 50% groups of ten or less with proper separation of groups.
Bar operators will have to continue operating with no congregations in house, but operators can serve alcohol to go.

Movie houses were also awaiting the PM’s announcement today and we’re told that cinemas can now operate with food allowed to be served in the movie houses. 50% capacity at moviehouses.

Places of worship will be now allowed to have up to 90 minute services.

Sporting teams getting ready for competition can now train with groups of ten or less as supporters in attendance.

Rivers and ponds remain closed.

Minister of Health Terrence Deyalsingh as we move toward Divali and Christmas please avoid gatherings and stay applying safety protocols.