A woman who is currently the target of heavy public criticism after claiming she was at a "private beach" says she has no comments on the incident.
Police told Newsday they are still trying to find the woman, who videotaped herself over the weekend at an undisclosed location in Toco suggesting that while there were restrictions preventing the public from bathing in the sea, they did not apply to her and her family at their "private beach."
There are no private beaches in TT.
She was even criticised by Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh during the Health Ministry's virtual press conference on Monday. He described her as "the worst of young people in TT."
He also asked her, while repeatedly rolling his eyes, "Are you going to build an ICU (intensive care unit) in your house? You have oxygen (masks) in your house? You have a heart monitor in your house? You have a ventilator in your house? You have IV set up in your house?"
The woman's personal information, including her cellphone number and full name and address, has been posted to social media pages.
But police say they are still trying to find her.
When Newsday called one of the numbers, the woman answered but said she had "not a word" to say on the matter. She apologised before hanging up.