(Trinidad Guardian) Next stop on the COVID vaccine hunt—Government will be seeking vaccines from the European Union.
And the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA is expanding to try to do surveillance testing for COVID-19 virus variants across the population ahead.
Planning Minister Camille Robinson-Regis spoke about sourcing EU vaccines, responding to Opposition query during yesterday’s Parliament sitting.
Robinson–Regis replied on last Friday’s statements by the European Union (EU) Health Commissioner that the EU is developing a mechanism to facilitate the sharing of surplus COVID-19 vaccines with developing countries.
She said T&T is following up with the EU to advocate for a portion of these vaccines. Communication will be sent by correspondence from the Prime Minister and via T&T’s Ambassador to the EU.