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Premier Alden McLaughlin on Wednesday outlined a series of plans to ease restrictions related to Cayman's COVID-19 suppression measures.
Beaches could be re-opened for exercise next week and the full Sunday lockdown could be lifted as early as this weekend, Premier Alden McLaughlin said Wednesday.
Cayman's curfew and shelter in place restrictions are set to remain in place in the coming days until the new regulations kick in.
A dirt-bike chase ended Saturday afternoon with police taking the rider into custody.
Premier Alden McLaughlin issued a stern warning Saturday that he will shut down public beaches if residents do not comply with the soft curfew and ‘shelter in place’ regulations.
Cayman Islands residents could be hit with tougher restrictions if compliance does not improve with the current 'soft curfew', Premier Alden McLaughlin and Police Commissioner Derek Byrne have warned.
Healthcare facilities, supermarkets, mini-marts, pharmacies, banks and gas stations are the only named businesses allowed to open during daylight hours under new regulations to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Cayman’s residents have been praised for remaining largely compliant with a 24-hour curfew.
Residents headed for stores soon after the premier announced a new 24-hour curfew.
Police arrested one man and warned two other people for prosecution for breaking the first night of Cayman’s island wide curfew on Tuesday.
The Cayman Islands may have its first case of community transmission of the coronavirus.
Premier Alden McLaughlin has warned he will not let economic considerations kill Cayman Islands people as he lamented a slew of requests from private sector companies for exemptions from an order that non-essential businesses be closed.
Governor Martyn Roper has announced the imposition of a curfew from 9pm to 5am to prevent the spread of the coronavirus