Rudolph Williams

Rudolph (Rudy) Williams is a veteran marketing communications specialist and creative entrepreneur domiciled in “Sweet T+T”. He is the publisher of and CEO of Williams Marketing. Rudolph is the author of “If I Die Tonight”.

UK issues anaphylaxis warning on Pfizer vaccine after adverse reactions

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s medicine regulator said anyone with a history of anaphylaxis to a medicine or food should not get the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, giving fuller guidance on an earlier allergy warning about the shot.
Starting with the elderly and frontline workers, Britain began mass vaccinating its population on Tuesday, part of a global drive that poses one of the biggest logistical challenges in peacetime history.

The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) said there had been two reports of anaphylaxis and one report of a possible allergic reaction since rollout began.

“Any person with a history of anaphylaxis to a vaccine, medicine or food should not receive the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine,” MHRA Chief Executive June Raine said in a statement.

TT Women’s New Spin On Leadership

When Tobago-based Independent Senator Dr Maria Dillon-Remy upset the whole TT Parliament on December 8 by voting for the Procurement Bill, she joined the long line of women who are blazing the trail for a new direction for Trinidad and Tobago.

A shining star among  so many ladies now flying the red black and white flag, Dillon-Remy –  with one decisive turn of her key vote – unexpectedly served her Tobago Ah-We-Boy with a badly-needed Christmas gift as he turns to face the election battle for the sister isle next month. 

Venezuelan Hell Away from Home

The recent torching of a house in the northern hills of Port of Spain leaving three reputed Venezuelans charred to death is just another cruel reminder of the kind of torture which faces immigrants from the south west peninsular just seven miles away.

Since about a year ago, the “panyols” have been arriving on the shores of this tiny twin-island neighboring state by all means of transport in flight from the besieged Nikolas Maduro regime.

The problem for our most welcoming TT National Security Stuart Young is the real nature of  these groups of “refugees” among which are hidden drug traffickers, child molesters, gun runners and toddlers clothed in drugs.

TT’s Bravest and Baddest Man Eater

On a hot Siparee night vamping with the curried crotches of drunk, yellow-bellied men drooping over their stools, a little Indian shivering from battered-woman -syndrome stepped with buckling knees on the big stage to give her maiden-like speech to mark her appointment as Trinidad and Tobago’s first female Attorney General.

Her obvious fright was not so much at the suddenness with which she was told she would be given the exalted position just ten minutes before, but the speed and brutality with which she knew it could be taken back by the old silver fox who could change his mind at any turn or fit of drunken stupors he was known by all to suffer from.

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