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08 Aug/2020

Man killed in single van crash

(CNS): A 39-year-old man from North Side was killed on the road in Bodden Town Saturday morning, the RCIPS have said. The single-vehicle crash happened around 4:30am on Bodden Town Road near to Long Fellow Circle. The man, who was driving a white Subaru Sunbar, was trapped inside due to the severity of the impact […]
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08 Aug/2020

Cayman Islands soft border opening delayed

(CNS): Plans to reopen the Cayman Islands’ borders on 1 September have been postponed until 1 October and possibly beyond, in the face of rising infection rates around the world, especially in the United States. This follows several weeks of speculation that the planned soft opening to visitors was unlikely to happen next month. However,...
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06 Aug/2020

LGBT group worried by MLAs’ view of law

(CNS): The local LGBT advocacy group, Colours Cayman, has welcomed the governor’s decision to intervene in order to uphold the rule of law regarding the rights of that community and enact the Domestic Partnership Law. However, the activists have raised concerns that some local legislators have said that they are not willing to comply with...
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06 Aug/2020

Cayman remains free of COVID-19 cases

(CNS): After another 203 COVID-19 test samples were processed over the last 24 hours the Chief Medical Officer, Dr John Lee confirmed they were all negative, Thursday, leaving the Cayman Islands free of any cases of the coronavirus. It is now more than three weeks since any tests came up positive here despite several thousand […]
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04 Aug/2020

Census postponed until 2021

(CNS): Finance Minister Roy McTaggart confirmed Thursday night that the national census, which had been due to begin in October of this year, has been postponed. As last week’s session of Finance Committee was in its final stages, McTaggart said that the census, which is suppose to happen every ten years, would now begin in […]
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03 Aug/2020

Boats cleared for all popular beach spots

(CNS): Government has amended the regulations related to the current COVID-19 suppression measures to allow private boat owners access to all of Cayman’s most popular beach spots. Restrictions on vessels going to Rum Point and Starfish Point were lifted this weekend, as well as the Sandbar and Stingray City. However, boats are still limited...
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31 Jul/2020

COVID-19 tests kits sold to global charity

(CNS): Government has sold 50,000 PCR COVID-19 tests to a global charity for use in Africa for $1.1 million. Cayman still has tens of thousands of kits for its own use and the sale to the ELMA Relief Foundation will not impact the ability of this jurisdiction to keep testing, officials said. More than 30,000 […]
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31 Jul/2020

London rep says no need to fear COVID in UK

(CNS): AndrĂ© Ebanks, the Cayman Islands Government representative to the UK and Europe, based at the London office, said that Cayman students and those going back to work in the UK do not need to fear COVID-19 there. However, Britain has suffered some of the worst impacts in the world, currently having well over a […]
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29 Jul/2020

CI athletes face Olympic ban over CARIFTA cash dispute

(CNS): The North American Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC) has banned the Cayman Islands’ track and field athletes from participating in official competitions, including the Olympic Games, over a dispute relating to cash. The NACAC claims that Cayman’s CARIFTA committee owes several countries money from fees...
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28 Jul/2020

Nightclubs waived from gathering limit

(CNS): Nightclubs and most commercial operations are exempt from the public meeting gathering limit of 50 people, according to the latest change to the COVID-19 suppression regulations. Concerns had been raised that nightclubs were hosting hundreds of people in contravention of the limit, but such establishments are bound only by the headcount...
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