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Health minister opens up about painful childhood

Health Minister Dwayne Seymour recently opened up about his childhood and the challenges he faced growing up with a father struggling with mental health issues.

Seymour urges flu vaccinations

Health Minister Dwayne Seymour has called on the public to get vaccinated against the flu as a means to reduce possible the strain on local medical resources should people fall ill with the flu virus.

Constitutional changes: UK withdraws Section 81 removal

The UK will not be removing Section 81 of the Constitution, but has approved a mandatory provision to consult local leaders before making legislative decisions that may directly affect the Cayman Islands.

Cayman joins line-up for COVID-19 vaccines

Cayman is one of 150 countries that have signed up for the global COVAX facility which will allow for guaranteed, equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines, Health Minister Dwayne Seymour said on Tuesday.

Bush ends leave of absence, returns to Speaker’s chair

McKeeva Bush has said he will return the Speaker of the House’s chair at the next sitting of the Legislative Assembly.

DPP: Insufficient evidence for conviction in curfew-breach case

Director of Public Prosecutions Patrick Moran has explained his office's decision not to prosecute Tiffany Seymour, wife of Health Minister Dwayne Seymour, following allegations that she had breached soft-curfew regulations. “It

No curfew-breach prosecution for health minister’s wife

Police have confirmed that there will be no case against Tiffany Seymour, wife of Health Minister Dwayne Seymour.

West Bay celebrates centenarian Florie Hulda Ebanks

The West Bay community came out to celebrate resident Florie Hulda Ebanks as she marked her 103rd birthday on Thursday.
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Seymour: No urgency for Cuban medical assistance

Cayman is not seeking the services of Cuban medical professionals at this time since Cayman’s COVID-19 cases remain low and no one is hospitalised due to the virus, Health Minister Dwayne Seymour said at Wednesday’s COVID-19 briefing.
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Police complete investigation on curfew breach allegations against health minister’s wife

The Director of Public Prosecutions is set to decide on what action to take, if any, on allegations of curfew breaches levelled against Tiffany Seymour, wife of Health Minister Dwayne Seymour.
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Police investigate alleged curfew breach by health minister’s wife

A formal police investigation has been launched into allegations of breaches to the current curfew restrictions that were leveled against Tiffany Seymour, wife of Health Minister Dwayne Seymour.
Minister of Health Dwayne Seymour

Premier addresses Seymour, CNS exchange

Premier Alden McLaughlin has apologised for what he described as the “unfortunate exchange” between Health Minister Dwayne Seymour and Cayman News Service journalist Wendy Ledger, saying it had set off an “absolute firestorm.”
Department of Environmental Health dump trucks

Second Chances workers deployed with DEH

Ten former inmates attached to the Second Chances programme have been temporarily employed with the Department of Environmental Health,, according to Health Minister Dwayne Seymour.

Public, COVID-19 patients urged to secure waste properly

Health Minister Dwayne Seymour has issued a warning to the public to properly secure its garbage to protect essential staff at the Department of Environmental Health.

Gov’t approves purchase of 30 new ventilator beds

Government has given the Health Services Authority the green light to purchase 30 additional ventilator beds as Cayman continued to ready itself for any widespread outbreak of COVID-19.

Cuban doctors being recruited for Cayman frontline

A request has been sent to the Cuban government for between 50 to 100 Cuban medical professionals to be sent to Cayman to join local health care workers in the COVID-19 battle.

$1M sought for coronavirus fight

Health officials will be requesting Cabinet approval for just over $1 million as part of local coronavirus response preparations.

No local coronavirus cases reported

Health officials confirm there are no cases of coronavirus in the Cayman Islands.

Vaping and e-cigarette regulations in the works

Work has started on creating regulations for vaping and the use of e-cigarettes in the Cayman Islands.

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