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28 Mar/2020

No sick patients waiting on COVID-19 tests

(CNS): Cayman has received a new batch of reagents, bringing local stocks of COVID-19 test kits to around 540, but this is not enough to increase the level of testing, according to local health officials. The question of how widespread the virus is in this community therefore remains unanswered, though at this stage there are […]
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28 Mar/2020

‘Stay at home’ order abuse worries officials

(CNS): One single traffic-cam reader picked up over 10,000 unique vehicles in just five hours on Saturday, and government officials are frustrated over the scale of the abuse of the ‘stay at home’ soft curfew after the lockdown was lifted. Police Commissioner Derek Byrne said it was unsustainable and Premier Alden McLaughlin said...
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27 Mar/2020

Soft to hard curfew coming for one week

(CNS): Government has confirmed that the country will transition to ‘Stay Home Cayman’ on Saturday as part of the survival plan to protect people from the COVID-19 pandemic as Cayman goes through this high-risk period. Premier Alden McLaughlin said the current lockdown curfew will end at 5:00am Saturday to be replaced by a softer...
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27 Mar/2020

Driver killed in single car accident

(CNS): The driver of an SUV was pronounced dead at the Cayman Islands hospital Friday morning after the fourth fatal crash on the roads this year so far. Police said the collision happened at around 10:30am today on the East-West Arterial Newlands by-pass. No other cars were involved and the man who died was alone […]
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27 Mar/2020

Students in isolation invited to ‘Stay in & Chill’

(CNS Local Life): Students in the Cayman Islands who are currently in isolation because of the coronavirus health crisis are invited to join the private ‘Stay in & Chill’ Facebook group, which provides them with a range of free virtual activities, workshops and resources, in order to stay healthy and emotionally connected. Read more and...
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26 Mar/2020

Curfew will transition to ‘shelter in place’

(CNS): Premier Alden McLaughlin said Cabinet has now come up with a definitive set of regulations that will enable the current 58-hour curfew, imposed to try to curtail the spread of COVID-19 in the community, to be lifted on Saturday. After 5:00am on 28 March, the Cayman Islands will move to ‘shelter in place’, which […]
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26 Mar/2020

Port boss takes action after containers fall

(CNS): After two empty containers fell off a stack at the Port Authority of the Cayman Islands’ storage facility earlier this week, Acting Port Director Joseph Woods has issued an order to reduce the number in any stack from six to five, pushing the North Sound Road storage area to its limits. Woods explained that […]
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26 Mar/2020

Armed man breaches curfew

(CNS): A 26-year-old man from George Town is in police custody after he was arrested Tuesday night while breaching the COVID-19 curfew and being armed. Police stopped the man just after 8pm Tuesday evening while they were on patrol in the capital. The suspect was walking along Saturn Close, and when officers stopped to speak […]
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26 Mar/2020

COVID-19 tests still too few to help

(CNS): Cayman has tested less than 150 people for COVID-19 because it doesn’t have enough tests. Despite the ability to test locally, a false negative has made the authorities even more reliant on the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) and the long time-lines for confirmation to inform us of transmission rates and whether positives...
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25 Mar/2020

ACC cops add charges in mystery probe

(CNS): Two men were charged this week with more offences by investigators from the Anti-Corruption Commission in a mystery probe may relate to a corrupt scheme at the Turtle Farm. Mark Anthony Manderson (39), a former public officer from George Town who already faces charges of breach of trust and fraud, has been charged with […]
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