May 27, 2020

Archives for March 30, 2020

Cayman: Statement from the Courts in relation to the Shelter in Place Policy as at Saturday, 28th March 2020

o   Persons who are required to attend at the Magistrates Court or Grand Court during the period of the Shelter in Place Policy, must contact Helpdesk 244 3842 for Civil or 244 3867 for Criminal Cases or contact by email to [email protected] o   Family Cases – persons who are required to attend for a Grand Court […]

Cayman Airways ticket offices closed temporarily due to curfew hours

CAL ticket offices closed due to curfew Reservations Call Center still assisting some customers Due to the national “Shelter In Place” soft curfew currently imposed by the Cayman Islands Government, all Cayman Airways Ticket Offices are temporarily closed until further notice. Customers are asked to make any new bookings online at  For emergency matters, customers can call […]

Cayman Brac man charged with rape and other offenses

From RCIPS March 30 2020 A 24-year-old-man from Cayman Brac was charged with Rape and three other related sexual assault offenses as well as Breach of Curfew. Police and other emergency services were dispatched to a location in Cayman Brac, just after 9:15PM, on Friday, 27 March where it was reported that a woman had […]

George Town man charged with Burglary

From RCIPS March 30 2020 A 31-year-old-man of George Town was charged with Burglary following his arrest on Friday 27 March in relation to an incident that took place at a school located on Crewe Road, George Town on Thursday 26 March. The man appeared in court today 30 March, via video link. He was […]

Cayman: Coronavirus online self-assessment tool launched

CAYMAN ISLANDS (GIS) – Part of the government’s strategy to stop the spread of the coronavirus is to identify and isolate cases early to avoid the chance for community transmission. This approach requires the public to be clear on what symptoms to look out for and what action they should take including when to be tested […]

Cayman: Minister Seymour’s Remarks – Press Briefing 30, March 2020

The below remarks are as delivered by Minister Seymour during a press briefing on Monday, 30 March 2020. Good afternoon everyone in the Cayman Islands. We continue to monitor the coronavirus situation daily and its devastating impact on populations in nearly every region of the world. The global numbers of this pandemic highlighted by the […]

Cayman: COVID 19 Update for Monday, 30 March 2020 – New arrangement for banks

A new arrangement when visiting banks is announced. ·        Banks will also operate from tomorrow on a similar basis as supermarkets.  Last names beginning with A-K Monday and Wednesday and last names beginning with L-Z Tuesday and Thursday, all will be allowed to use the banks on Friday. Times for banks remain at 9 am to […]

Cayman: Wanted man Manuel Carter arrested and charged

From RCIPS March 30 2020 Just after 2:45AM Saturday 28  March, officers on patrol in the West Bay district stopped to make checks at a restaurant located on North West Point Road.  It was reported that wanted man Manuel Carter was at the location and had threatened a man with a machete. Inquiries led to officers […]

Education officials in the OECS take action to address COVID-19

By Sisera Simon Monday, March 30, 2020 — Decision makers and key players in the area of education in the Eastern Caribbean held the first session of a series of virtual meetings on March 17, 2020 to discuss a Regional Education Sector’s Response Plan to the COVID-19 pandemic. OECS Ministers of Education, Permanent Secretaries, Chief Education […]

TCI under complete lockdown from Saturday

By Olivia Rose From TCI Weekly News THE TURKS and Caicos Islands will be under a three-week lockdown from Friday evening – five days after the territory confirmed its first case of COVID-19. The 24-hour curfew means no social gatherings can be hosted, non-essential businesses must close and residents cannot leave their homes except to […]