The government's national vaccination policy continues, with pregnant women being added to the approved list for the Pfizer shot. Women's health in Covid 19 has become a major talking point in recent weeks.

On Monday we spoke with the Head of the Mid Wives association Marcia Rollock on the issues affecting women, we heard from Director of Women's Health at the Ministry of Health, Dr. Adesh Sirjusingh and heard what he has to say about vaccination, pregnant women and the different stages of pregnancy.

There has been lots of rain across the country over the past days and deplorable road conditions continue to plague residents in south Trinidad. These conditions are only made worse by the inclement weather and floods. Here's a perspective of the Penal/Debe Regional Corporation on the effects of the heavy rains in the area. Its Chairman Dr. Allan Sammy joined us.

We're here with Dr Catherine Minto-Bain Medical Director and Fertility Doctor, at the Trinidad and Tobago IVF and Fertility Centre. The TT IVF and Fertility Centre is based right here in T&T and offers a complete range of fertility solutions for couples having trouble conceiving a baby. We spoke on a very important topic: The impact of Covid on fertility.

He is a familiar face on the Trinbago Knight Riders outfit but in 2021 and on Thursday 26th August, Imran Jan the former Trinidad and Tobago player gets his first opportunity as Coach of the TKR team as they opposed perennial runners up Guyana Amazon Warriors from 10 am, Jan will have some big boots to full after being assistant coach in the past especially as in 2020 the TKR team led by Kieron Pollard set a record by going unbeaten during the tournament. This year there is no DJ Bravo as he is with St Kitts for the first time so can Jan call on the experience Ravi Rampaul who makes his debut for TKR as we all young exciting West Indies youth player Leonardo Julien to excite and entertain. But with the likes of Sunil Narine, Lendl Simmons, Colin Munro, Darren Bravo and new West Indies sensation Jayden Seales, TKR look formidable even though they are away from home. Joining us to talk about all of that and more is Mayaro's Imran Jan.

A new summer programme is now underway at the UWI. Thirty-six students between the ages 12-18 from International Game Technology Centers in Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados, Jamaica, St. Kitts & Nevis and St. Maarten along with their supervisors, are now engrossed in the exciting virtual camp, being hosted under the theme "Maximizing Technology." The training is underway presently ending with a virtual graduation ceremony on August 19.

We joined IGT Regional Director Caribbean, Mr. Brendon Hames telling us more about this initiative.