For the second consecutive day after a locally transmitted case of COVID-19 was reported this week, Cayman has no new cases in the latest batch of results, Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee said.
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A smartphone app that could allow users to ‘prove’ their COVID-status has been developed in the Cayman Islands.
The board overseeing the 29 participants in Cayman’s test run of its home isolation protocols confirmed on Sunday that there has been no breaches of the programme under its watch.
Participants in Cayman's test run of its electronic monitoring and geofencing technology are being subjected to 24/7 monitoring and regular random check-ins, officials have confirmed.
Customs and Border Control on Friday reversed a decision to deport a passenger who arrived in Cayman without proper authorisation.
The Cayman Islands government will have access to a line of credit up to $330.4 million to help deal with the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, Finance Minister Roy McTaggart announced today.
The Cayman Islands has one new case of COVID-19, Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee announced today.
Smart wristbands connected to phone apps are the latest tools in the Cayman Islands government’s arsenal in protecting the islands against the spread of COVID-19. Hong Kong has been using them since April.
Government's strong financial position means the Cayman Islands does not need to apply for additional funding at this stage to deal with the economic fallout from COVID-19, the Finance Ministry said this week.
As government's pilot phase of testing its electronic monitoring of home-isolating passengers began Thursday, new regulations with criminal offences for breaches of the terms of quarantine have kicked in.
Passengers who arrived on today's British Airways flight are the first test subjects in Cayman to trial geofencing technology and quarantine procedures in preparation for the phased border reopening on 1 Oct.
The concept of ‘resort bubbles’ has been put forward as a possible solution that could allow tourists to return to the Cayman Islands despite...
The government has made some tweaks to the process for incoming travellers ahead of the the phased reopening of Cayman’s borders, scheduled to start on 1 Oct.
Of the most recent 105 COVID-19 tests to be carried out, all have returned negative results, according to Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee.
Cayman's active COVID-19 cases increased by one Thursday, according to the latest results released by Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee.
One of Cayman’s two latest COVID-19 cases was released from quarantine and later had to be recalled into isolation, Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee has confirmed.
Commerce Minister Joey Hew announced Cabinet has approved the waiver of liquor licensing fees in Grand Cayman that would have been due in September next year.
The Cayman Islands Government is running a $25 million-a-month deficit as a result of the coronavirus crisis. Premier Alden McLaughlin said lost revenues and new...
Cayman has two new positive cases of the coronavirus, Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee said Wednesday afternoon.
Researchers in the United States are exploring the potential for a low-dose radiation treatment to alleviate symptoms in COVID-19 patients who develop pneumonia. Doctors are hopeful the treatment could work in an anti-inflammatory manner and reduce the need for mechanical ventilation.
Of the 94 COVID-19 tests carried out since Tuesday, all have returned negative results, according to Medical Officer of Health Dr. Samuel Williams-Rodriguez.