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Cayman is now accepting applications for its new Global Citizen Concierge programme, Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell has confirmed.
Government has widened its safety bubble to allow additional categories of people to enter Cayman when it begins its phased border-reopening plan on Thursday.
Cayman's Chamber of Commerce has thrown its support behind government's decision to delay reopening local borders to October.
Government has extended Cayman's border closures to 1 Oct. citing the continuing spread of COVID-19, particularly in the United States.
The Cayman Islands government said Thursday it is working with a US biotech company called BioIntelliSense to use its health monitoring 'BioButton' device as part of Cayman's phased border reopening plan.
New sanitation guidelines have been issued for businesses within the tourism industry to ensure the safety of visitors to local shores and guard against the spread of COVID-19.
Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell continues campaign for the cruise berthing and cargo project as he outlined the new Cayman Islands National Tourism Plan 2019-2023 on Friday.
Legislators question cost overruns in airport expansion project.
British Airways is set to increase its Grand Cayman-to-London flights, starting in April.
The Ministry of Tourism has said more than 7,000 rooms are now available to visitors in the Cayman Islands.