PM undergoes MRI


    Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has undergone an MRI at hospital.

    According to an update posted on Facebook by the Office of the Prime Minister, the test was part of the ongoing healthcare and observation provided to the Prime Minister, who recently tested positive for COVID-19.

    It says the assigned doctors took the Prime Minister from the official Residence at Blenheim to the Scarborough General Hospital at Signal Hill, where he underwent an MRI examination to monitor his lung functions.

    The PM has since returned to quarantine at the Blenheim Residence, where he continues to be monitored and cared for by the staff of the Tobago Regional Health Authority.

    Meanwhile, despite his diagnosis, Dr Rowley continued on the job today.

    The OPM says he held virtual talks today with US Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Chairwoman of the US House Committee on Financial Services.

    The meeting was a follow up to discussions held on March 25th, which focused on several issues of mutual interest.

    Dr Rowley is also expected to virtually meet with Maarten Wetselaar, Director Integrated Gas, Renewables and Energy Solutions, Shell Global and Eugene Okpere, President and Country Chair, Shell Trinidad and Tobago tomorrow (Thursday)

    He will also lead the virtual Cabinet meeting tomorrow (Thursday).