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Friends, from left, Keon Baptiste, Stanley Gumbs, Jeremiah Taylor and Jaheem Moses are all excited as they run into the water at Store Bay, Tobago. – Ayanna Kinsale
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CAN YOU SPOT IT? – An iguana rests comfortably on a log at the Magdalena Grand Beach and Golf Resort. – Ayanna Kinsale
A man sits in the Trinity Cathedral in Port of Spain on Wednesday. Churches can now conduct services with 50 per cent of the congregation. – Angelo Marcelle
Social distancing is practised at Sacred Heart RC Church on Richmond Street in Port of Spain as Fr Simon Peter Ango delivered his sermon during midday mass. One-hour service is now allowed with 50 per cent of the congregation at any one time. – SUREASH CHOLAI
With no contact sports taking place for months now at the closed Jean Pierre Complex, it looks as though these statues at the front of the complex chose to play ball by themselves. – Sureash Cholai
With public servants returning to work in full force, the already busy Port of Spain just got a little busier, as you see here on lower Frederick Street. With so many people on the street, there was little room left for social distancing. – Sureash Cholai
This pedestrian looks on in astonishment as the driver of this SUV chose to drive the wrong way, rather than go around the roundabout clockwise, by the Cipriani statue in the middle of the Brian Lara Promenade in Port of Spain. The driver decided to drive around it in an anti clockwise direction. – Sureash Cholai
The two coffins with the siblings who died hours apart last week. – Lincoln Holder
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