No Fetes, Says Dr. Keith Rowley, The Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has said the country will have to wait a little while longer for entertainment in the form of parties and fetes. The government will meet in parliament on Wednesday to dissolve the state of emergency, however, the nation’s leader made it abundantly clear that parties, fetes, or any similar entertainment activities remain prohibited by law.
As of now no beaches or other watercourses will remain open to the public. The Prime Minister is making it quite clear that law enforcement is at maximum efforts and they are ready for anyone who participates in any parties. The citizens of Trinidad and Tobago need to keep this in mind, many citizens are dealing with the virus but still these people don’t care so they will continue to indulge in their risky behavior.
The majority of what is happening in Trinidad and Tobago now is a result of personal responsibility, said Dr. Rowley. Five children are battling Covid-19 in the ICU of the hospital in Trinidad and Tobago. He is appealing to the people to be accountable for their actions. Over 600,000 people remain un-vaccinated in the country.