Trinis return from Barbados


Sixteen of a group of 33 Trinidad and Tobago nationals stranded in Barbados when  TT’s borders were closed because of covid19, landed at about 2pm at Piarco.

They came in on a chartered One Caribbean flight, at their own expense, and were taken straight to the National Racquet Centre in Tacarigua, where they will be monitored.

The plane which brought them home turned around shortly afterwards to return to Barbados to bring home the remaining 17.

The group went on a cruise to Dubai and were trying to reach home before the borders were closed on March 23. They failed to do so and were stuck in Barbados.

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