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Optimism for Caribbean tourism still shaky

While the Cayman Islands has seen its tourism sector die a death from Covid restrictions, the rest of the Caribbean’s tourism industry had been recovering quicker than any other region in the world. This is according to the London-based World Travel & Tourism Council.

21 Oct, 2021

GraceKennedy celebrates new WU location at Eastern Avenue

GraceKennedy Money Services (GKMS), opened their eighth branch of Western Union in the Cayman Islands, at the Convenience Shop Y Mas at 171 Eastern Avenue, George town recently, amid much celebration and fanfare.

18 Oct, 2021

New vaccine mandates take effect

New laws are now in effect for work permit holders and permanent residents that stipulate they must be doubly vaccinated against Covid-19 in order to get or renew a work permit or residency certificate.

18 Oct, 2021 1 Comments

CAYMAN SURPASSES 1,000 POSITIVE COVID TESTS

With an additional 15 positive PCR test results reported on Wednesday, Cayman has surpassed 1,000 COVID-19 cases since the outbreak of the pandemic last year.

14 Oct, 2021

Cayman sends recovery supplies to Honduras

More than 11,000 pounds of relief and aid and essential supplies have been airlifted from Grand Cayman to Guanaja, Bay Islands, Honduras, in response to a devastating fire on Bonnaca Cay earlier this month.

12 Oct, 2021

'REOPEN CAYMAN' SETS NOVEMBER 22nd DATE

A consortium of private sector interests lobbying under the banner of Reopen Cayman has set November 22nd as a target date for reopening the borders.

11 Oct, 2021 2 Comments

WALKING FOR A CURE

Usually, at least in non-covid times, FirstCarribean’s 5K Walk for a Cure attracts well over a thousand. This time, there were only a hundred or less, because the official walk was cancelled by the organizers, because of the covid-in-the-community scare, amid fears that such a big gathering....

07 Oct, 2021

Covid vaccine Bills passed by Government

After two days of debate at a special meeting of Parliament, the Government finally saw its two hotly discussed Bills be approved, with some amendments to both, mandating vaccinations for Covid-19 for certain sections of the ex-patriot community

06 Oct, 2021

Parliament divided over new vaccine Bills

The Customs and Border Control Amendment Bill was the first of three major Bills proposed on Monday at a special sitting of Parliament by the Finance Minister and Deputy Premier Chris Saunders, an intensely debated Bill that drew heated discussion from both the Government and the Opposition.

05 Oct, 2021

Hundreds attend ‘Freedom of Choice” protest

More than 300 protesters carrying placards in support of free choice for vaccines came to demonstrate outside Government house on Saturday 2 October

03 Oct, 2021
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