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Antigua and Barbuda has announced that from today, 20 Sept., all unvaccinated government employees are required to remain at home, and will not be paid from 1 Oct. unless they can prove they have received a COVID-19 vaccine. Teachers and eligible students must also be vaccinated before being allowed to return to face-to-face classes.
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Georgina Kerford has been crowned 2021Miss Cayman Islands Universe 2021 on 18 Sept.
Hundreds of families forced into an unexpected quarantine following a COVID-19 outbreak at George Town Primary School, some with little to no food and...
Mandatory COVID-19 tests for unvaccinated travellers leaving Grand Cayman for the sister islands and strict boating restrictions are just some of the new COVID-19 regulations being implemented this week.
The Ministry of Education has mandated the wearing of masks in all public school in almost all circumstances.
The return of community transmission may have left many feeling anxious to help counter those thoughts members of the Lions Club of Cayman Brac decided to take to the streets to spread messages of positivity.
Elizabeth McField has replaced Joseph Woods as the Acting Port Director at the Port Authority Cayman Islands.
One more child has tested positive form the George Town Primary School community outbreak of COVID-19 said Chief Medical Officer Dr John Lee.
The Cayman Islands Cancer Society is celebrating its 25th anniversary with the issuing of a special stamp and first-day cover.
Tourism business owners are contemplating whether to shut their doors in the face of continued uncertainty over the future of the industry.
Governor Martyn Roper announced Friday that another 11,000 vaccines will be arriving on the 27 Sept. British Airways flight, which can be used for first and second doses, and for booster shots.
Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee has confirmed he will be leaving his post in January 2022, ahead of his contracted date of May 2022.
A 27-year-old man has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving and inflicting grievous bodily harm, in relation to a fatal collision in which a vehicle crashed into a house in West Bay in January.
United Kingdom Transport Minister Grant Shapps has announced to the removal of Britain's traffic list travel list and the introduction of a new two-tier plan which will ease travel requirements for the vaccinated passengers.
Forecasters at the US National Hurricane Center has said a broad area of low pressure midway between the Lesser Antilles and the Cabo Verde Islands is likely to develop into a tropical depression this weekend or early next week.
In an update on the latest COVID-19 results, Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee said there were no new local positive cases, but two travellers exiting from quarantine had returned positive results.
The Department of Environmental Health is investigating the illegal dumping of more than 50 bags of mortar along a dirt road near the Cayman Islands Sailing Club.
A selection of highlights from the roundtable discussion on vaccines and COVID-19.
A Workforce Opportunities and Residency Cayman staff member has been placed in isolation and fellow co-workers sent on remote working and shift duties after contact with an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19.
Nine more children have tested positive in connection with the George Town Primary School outbreak, Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee said Thursday.
Public Health has said a George Town Primary School student and family were placed in 14 day home isolation after a suspected breach in which three individuals traveled to Cayman Brac recently.
Acting Port Authority Director Joseph Woods has resigned from his post effective next Friday. Woods, speaking with the Cayman Compass Thursday, said, he will still...
British Airways will be resuming commercial flights three times a week between Grand Cayman and the UK, via Nassau, Bahamas, as of Monday 27 Sept.
Editor-in-chief Kevin Morales explains why businesses can ask you to wear a face mask to enter their stores.
The Christian Association for Civics and Political Education has warned that it will initiate legal proceedings against the government, if it passes any legislation that mandates COVID-19 vaccinations.
The Cayman Islands Prison Service has closed the doors of Northward and Fairbanks to the public and restricted movement internally after a prisons employee tested positive for COVID-19 Wednesday night.
Opposition legislators have renewed their offer of assistance to Premier Wayne Panton and his administration as Cayman navigates the reemergence of COVID-19.
A 22-year-old George Town man is in police custody and the search is on for another man following an armed robbery on Eastern Avenue Tuesday evening, police have said.
With the clean-up after Tropical Storm Grace now complete at its facility, Blue Iguana Conservation is looking to continue its expansion, giving Grand Cayman's iconic lizard a greater chance of flourishing.
Cayman's place on the UK's travel list is expected to remain unchanged even though the country has now moved from sporadic/imported COVID-19 cases to level one community transmission.
Cayman's locally transmitted COVID-19 cases have now crossed the double digit mark, to 17, as Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee confirmed that 10 people are now connected to the outbreak at George Town Primary School.