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Cayman returns to zero COVID-19 cases

Cayman's two COVID-19 patients have fully recovered, taking the country's active cases back down to zero.

Cayman continues its streak of COVID-free test results

The streak of no new COVID-19 cases continues as Medical Officer for Health, Dr. Samuel Williams-Rodriguez reported 437 negative results Friday, according to a Government Information Services press release. 
Health officials have changed how they will be reporting COVID-19 cases in Cayman. It comes after confirmatory tests from the Caribbean Public Health Agency determined that a sample which had been found to be negative during testing at the Health Services Authority laboratory was, in fact, positive.

One new COVID-19 case reported

Cayman's COVID-19 cases have increased by one, according to statistics released by Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee Tuesday afternoon.
Health Services Authority forensic laboratory.

Lee: No risk from positive COVID-19 HSA health worker

Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee has assured that there is no risk to the patients or staff at the Health Services Authority after a healthcare worker there tested positive for COVID-19.

Coronavirus: Isolated patients cleared

Local health officials have confirmed that the Cayman Islands does not have any cases, or suspected cases, of coronavirus or COVID-19.

Coronavirus latest: People with travel to China being monitored

Health officials have said they are monitoring a “very small” number of people on island who have travelled from China.

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