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President’s daughter falls ill in Tobago
Anura Carmona, the daughter of President Anthony Carmona, has been hospitalised after falling ill while on vacation in Tobago over the Easter weekend. President Carmona was on a private vacation over the long holiday weekend with his wife Reema and their two children Christian, 12, and Anura, ten, when Anura complained of feeling unwell. She was taken to a private doctor in Scarborough, who diagnosed her with an intestinal infection and advised that she should get further treatment from a doctor in Trinidad.
Carmona had to cut short his Tobago vacation, during which he was scheduled to meet unofficially with THA Chief Secretary Orville London and attend some Easter activities. The President and his family were flown to Trinidad by a National Security helicopter. Anura was then taken to a private nursing home, where she was admitted. An official source at President’s House yesterday said the situation was serious, but Anura was doing well.
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