Trinidad and Tobago’s Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has ordered the closure of two police buildings, including the main administrative building in the capital, amid reports that a person had contracted COVID-19 had been seen there.

Griffith has since urged people “to exercise sanitisation and social distancing practices when visiting police stations to conduct business”.

Meanwhile, the number of people who have contracted the virus in Trinidad and Tobago climbed to 153 on Tuesday after the country’s Ministry of Health said that five additional people had tested positive for the virus on Monday.

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