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Police are investigating an alleged breach of quarantine between a traveller isolating in a private residence and a member of the public.
The Public Health Department reported today that there is no cause for public concern after travellers isolating at their residence accidentally breached quarantine by boarding the wrong transport to take them to their final COVID test on their last day of isolation.
Aaron Ronaldo Montemayor, 19, pleaded guilty to two counts of breaching quarantine regulations in Summary Court this morning.
The Grand Court has upheld the prison sentence of Thomas Michael, a visiting screenwriter who was imprisoned for 30 days for removing a government issued wrist monitor while in quarantine.
Aaron Ronaldo Montemayor, 19, who is charged with two counts of breaching quarantine, appeared in Summary Court Monday where his case was adjourned until 24 May.
Aaron Ronaldo Montemayor is expected to attend the Summary Court next month to answer charges of quarantine breach.
Police are investigating a suspected quarantine breach involving six people, including three travellers and three local individuals, who were allegedly found together on board a boat.
Police are investigating an alleged quarantine breach involving a traveller isolating at home and one other person, according to a press release issued on behalf of Travel Cayman.
Two new quarantine breaches are now being investigated by police, one of which has led to the offending travellers being moved to a supervised quarantine facility, Travel Cayman reported Wednesday.
One person has been charged with two breaches of quarantine, the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service confirmed Thursday.
In the wake of a fresh quarantine breach this week and a lack of convictions for the offence, since last year's high-profile sentencing of Skylar Mack and Vanjae Ramgeet, the Governor stressed it was important to let the judicial process "run its course".
Police are investigating another alleged quarantine breach after someone was found visiting a traveller who was isolating at home.
Police are investigating an alleged quarantine breach by travellers isolating at a residence in Cayman Brac after they were found with visitors at their home.
Police have confirmed that they are investigating two new suspected quarantine breaches, but declined to provide details of those latest incidents.
A new hotline has been launched allowing the public to report suspected quarantine breaches directly to Travel Cayman.
A previously unreported quarantine breach alleged to have occurred more than a week ago has been investigated by police.
Travel Cayman has blamed a suspected quarantine breach in Windsor Park on a software glitch after a traveller was taken to a private home instead of a government-approved isolation facility.
Case files on three of six quarantine breaches have been sent to the Office of Director of Public Prosecutions for review.
A contrite Skylar Mack, who was jailed in the Cayman Islands last month for breaching quarantine, admitted she had made a mistake and that she deserved the punishment she received for putting the local community at risk.
Skylar Mack and Vanjae Ramgeet - the couple jailed for their respective roles in a quarantine breach case - will be released from prison next week, according to the Governor's Office.
Four cases of alleged quarantine breaches remain under investigation by the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service, Travel Cayman has confirmed.
The Governor's Office, on Monday morning, called "completely untrue" a Cayman Marl Road report that quarantine breacher Skylar Mack had been released from prison and had returned to the US aboard a Miami flight.
A traveller who breached quarantine after attending a PCR test site on the person's 15th day of isolation has been warned for intended prosecution, according to Travel Cayman.
Good for you Cayman! Skylar Mack knew in advance the penalties for breaking quarantine; she tampered with the electronic device to attend the ...
I read about the girl from Georgia that broke quarantine to attend her boyfriend’s competition. She needs to serve two years. She has no...
Cayman’s jail sentence of the teenage girl and her boyfriend is barbaric and reeks to high heaven with contradiction and irony so heavy it...
I found the four-month prison sentence given to Ms. Skylar Mack for violating quarantine to be entirely appropriate. Actually, I find it lenient, and...
I did not know where else to write, so because of your very good reporting and written story, I believe your government was correct...
From small islands, like the Isle of Man and Singapore to the huge island of Australia, and even in Mack’s homeland of the United States, courts have been handing down punitive jail terms to those who put local populations at risk by ignoring quarantine rules.
No further legal action is expected from Skylar Mack and Vanjae Ramgeet, the couple who made international headlines after being sent to prison for...
Skylar Mack and Vanjae Ramgeet - the couple whose quarantine breach case has garnered international headlines - had their sentences reduced from four months to two months in jail.
Skylar Mack and Vanjae Ramgeet are back in court Tuesday to appeal the sentence handed down last week for their respective roles in a quarantine breach case that has grabbed international headlines.
Police have sent another file on a suspected quarantine breach to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions to determine if the case should go to court.
The quarantine breach case and subsequent four-month prison sentence of American teen Skylar Mack and boyfriend Vanjae Ramgeet has garnered international media attention.
Skylar Mack and Vanjae Ramgeet, who were both jailed for four months over a breach of quarantine, are appealing their sentences.
An 18-year-old visitor and her boyfriend were each sentenced to four months in jail Tuesday for their respective roles in a quarantine-breach case that has sparked outrage across Cayman.
The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions on Monday appealed a Summary Court sentence for a couple who pleaded guilty to breaking COVID-19-suppression regulations.
A traveller who had previously breached quarantine in a government-sponsored facility is reported to have committed a second breach while quarantining at home with...
Government will be appealing the community-service sentences meted out to Skylar Mack and Vanjae Ramgeet following a quarantine breach that occurred last month, Deputy Governor Franz Manderson told Parliament Thursday.
The government is increasing security at one of its quarantine facilities after a person breached mandatory isolation there on Sunday, 6 Dec.
Police are investigating an alleged breach of quarantine by a traveler who had been isolating in a government facility.
Skylar Mack and Vanjae Ramgeet, have both been ordered to pay $2,600 each to the Cayman Islands government, and to complete 40 hours of community service for a quarantine breach that occurred last month.
The majority of inbound travellers who have tested positive for COVID-19 had the virus when they landed at Owen Roberts International Airport, according to Public Health Department data.
Police have sent a file on Sunday's quarantine breach to the Director of Public Prosecution to determine if a prosecution will go ahead.
Charges have not yet been laid on individuals flagged for alleged breaches of local quarantine protocols, Government Information Services confirmed.
With another report of an alleged breach of quarantine by a traveller who had been in isolation at a residence after arriving on island, concerns are being raised about the effectiveness of the isolation-at-home quarantine.
Local professional jet-ski rider Vanjae 'VJ' Ramgeet will be penalised following an alleged quarantine breach by his girlfriend on Sunday, the Cayman Islands Watercraft Association announced Monday.
Police are investigating an alleged breach of quarantine by a traveller who had been in home isolation after arriving on island.
Legislation passed by lawmakers last month to impose $10,000 fines for breaches of COVID-19 quarantine will take effect from Monday, 30 Nov., the government has announced.
A couple who breached quarantine rules have left Cayman and have been banned from returning while COVID-19 measures remain in place, authorities said Wednesday, as they announced that three other breaches are being investigated.
I was left with the information that the fine and penalty regarding quarantine breach was $10,000 and two years imprisonment, not a $1,000 fine...
Two people have been fined $1,000 each for multiple quarantine violations.
People who breach home-isolation regulations will face a fine of $10,000 and up to two years in prison, under new amendments to the Public Health Law.