Trinidad and Tobago clarifies position on re-entry of nationals

The Trinidad and Tobago government on Friday clarified its position regarding the re-entry of nationals as borders remain closed.
The government maintained that exemptions for the entry of nationals into the country during the closure of the borders were granted on the basis that they could be quarantined by the State.
This followed media reports that at least six Trinidadians were stranded on a cruise ship outside the country's territorial waters.
In a news release, National Security Minister Stuart Young said it had come to the government's attention that there are Trinidadians on cruise ships, in different locations, throughout the Caribbean and elsewhere.

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