The Cayman Islands Government invites the people of and visitors to the Cayman Islands to join in the National Moment of Silence on Monday, 19 September at 12:30 – 12:32pm to reflect on the life and legacy of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II who served on the throne for over 70 years.
Following the death of Her Late Majesty, over 15 radio stations across the Cayman Islands will be participating to observe two minutes of silence as a mark of respect.
Various hotels, restaurants, and other businesses that are operating on the public holiday Monday, 19 September are encouraged to pause operations to honour Her Late Majesty.
“Local businesses are saddened by the loss of the Queen and realize she was a true leader who selflessly served the people every day of her life. Most people in Cayman fondly remember the visit of then Prince Charles to the Cayman Islands in 2019 and will continue to show support during this national time of mourning”, Jay Ehrhart, Executive Director, Cayman Islands Tourism Association
''The Chamber of Commerce encourages its members and the wider community to observe two minutes of National Silence as a matter of respect and remembrance to Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on Monday, 19th September from 12:30 to 12:32 p.m. Many Caymanians and residents share fond memories of her visits and her loyal and dedicated service. Let's join the world in silent reflection as we cherish the memories of our late Beloved Queen.'' Chief Executive Officer, Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Centre, Wil Pineau, Cert. Hon. CCE