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1,000’s leave Miami cruise ship, no screenings

Thousands leave Miami cruise ship without screenings after former passenger had coronavirus By Miami Herald From Tampa Bay Times There are 13 cases of COVID-19 in Miami-Dade and 36 in Broward as of Sunday afternoon. Despite a positive COVID-19 test from a passenger who had disembarked days earlier, thousands of people were allowed to leave […]

Cayman: Ministry suspends visitors to group homes

CAYMAN ISLANDS (GIS) –The Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) has suspended all social visits until further notice to the Kirkconnell Community Care Centre, Cayman Brac; Golden Age Home and Maple House in Grand Cayman. Older people and vulnerable individuals have increased susceptibility to the upper respiratory complications caused by coronavirus. Some are immunosuppressed with chronic […]

Tips on protecting our elderly

By Eric Mack From Newsmax Our older citizens are particularly vulnerable to serious complications from the coronavirus pandemic, so The New York Times outlined some tips on protecting those over 60, and particularly over 80 years old. It is a deadly reality for the elderly. China’s data shows over 15% of coronavirus patients over 80 die, while […]

UWI Task Force Chair: COVID-19 could serve as an opportunity for the Caribbean

Regional experts discuss preparedness and economic impact for the Caribbean at Vice-Chancellor’s Forum. The UWI Regional Headquarters, Jamaica. Friday, March 13, 2020—Chairman of The UWI COVID-19 Task Force, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Professor Clive Landis, notes that solidarity across the Caribbean in the face of the common threat from COVID-19 has been heartening to witness. Speaking during […]

The UWI preparing for the capital market

The UWI Regional Headquarters, Jamaica. Friday, March 13, 2020—On March 10, regional finance leaders in the private sector went into retreat with the leadership of The University of the West Indies (The UWI), to discuss how best to bring the institution to market with investment instruments. The meeting, which was held at its Cave Hill […]

Benefits of strata management services

on the rise because of the high cost of living today. It’s true that DIY projects give you a sense of accomplishment, but DIY isn’t the go-to solution for something as complex as managing your own strata. You may have to put in considerable time and effort and face a lot of legalities if you […]

Cayman: Make use of Government’s online services – Minister Hew

Commerce Minister Hon. Joey Hew is urging members of the public to make use of government’s e-services online platform to conduct business with government departments and agencies as the Cayman Islands prepares for the coronavirus. “We are closely monitoring the developments around the spread of the coronavirus and the main priority of the government and […]

Cayman: CDS AGM cancellation, classes temporarily closed

From Sheree Ebanks Chairman CDS AGM – CANCELLATION We regret to advise you that the CDS Annual General Meeting scheduled for Friday 20th March 2020 has been postponed until a later date in the CDS year – prior to September. Government regulations concerning coronavirus COVID-19 ban public meetings of 50 or more persons and any contravention […]

Cayman: 2 arrested for Assault GBH following a stabbing on West Bay Road,

From RCIPS March 16 2020 Further to the below incident, an 18-year-old-man of West Bay was charged with Possession of an Offensive Weapon, Common Assault and Causing Fear or Provocation of Violence. A second man, age 19 of George Town, was charged with Wounding with Intent and Possession of an Offensive Weapon. Both men will […]