July 4, 2022

Archives for April 2, 2020

OPINION: COVID 19 – A Chinese/Russian Conspiracy

By Nathan ‘Jolly’ Green, March 31, 2020 The Chinese virus factory at Wuhan.  The questions I suppose we must eventually ask are, was the escape of the virus an act of sabotage? Was it an accidental escape? Was it a purposeful experimental act to infect the people of Wuhan, which got out of hand, and beyond […]

Cayman: HSA expands pharmacy services to new location

tarting Saturday 4th April 2020, the Health Services Authority will be dispensing prescription refills for CINICO and private insurance members with 100% coverage from our new location at Smith Road Centre, first floor. Pick up from this location will be for refills requested on or after Friday 3rd April. Prescription refills requested before April 3rd […]

Cayman: CBC measures for fishing vessels that returned to Cayman

The Customs and Border Control Service (CBC) would like to inform the public that the fishing vessels that had cleared outbound prior to the imposition of the travel restrictions and curfew will be cleared inbound with the following stipulations : The crew would have to self-isolate on board the vessel for 14 days, as per […]

Cayman: Collection of Air Cargo from Customs & Border Control

The Customs and Border Control Service (CBC) would like to inform businesses and individuals, who wish to clear and collect their cargo that arrived by air before or during the COVID-19 public health emergency, to please contact 244-4959 or email [email protected] for an exemption letter to complete their transaction. Persons are reminded to use the […]

Cayman: Thursday, 2 April 2020 COVID-19 Update – 6 new positive test results announced

Six positive test results were announced today. ·        Of 15 new test results received, five have tested positive and 10 negative. ·        Additionally, one inconclusive result, which was sent off to CARPHA for retest, has returnedpositive. ·        All positive patients are being monitored closely. ·        Hard curfew currently scheduled to expire tomorrow (Friday, 3 April) is being extended for further two weeks. ·        The soft curfew, to be varied […]

Cayman: Sister Islands flights temporarily reduced to once-weekly

In accordance with the Cayman Islands Government’s ongoing measures to safeguard the Cayman Islands from the Coronavirus (COVID-19), commercial passenger flights between Grand Cayman and the Sister Islands have been reduced to one flight per week. These flights are restricted to essential travel only. Cargo will also be permitted on these weekly flights and additional cargo-only flights will be […]

Cayman: Update from Dep of Planning and Contact Information

 Department of Planning has suspended all counter services. ·         Business with Planning will continue to be conducted through the Online Planning System at www.dop.secure.ky. The Department of Planning, in the Ministry of Commerce, Planning and Infrastructure, wishes to advise the public that it has implemented proactive steps for business transactions to protect employees, customers and the broader community […]

Caribbean Airlines Travel Waiver Advisory for tickets booked for travel from July 01, 2020 up to August 30, 2020

Port-of-Spain April 2, 2020. Caribbean Airlines advises of the following update to its current travel waiver, to include customers with travel plans between July 01, and up to August 30, 2020, which may be impacted by the COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus). The airline is allowing persons the opportunity to rebook their tickets without attracting change fees, […]

PM Harris makes national address on further Emergency Powers (COVID-19) Regulations under the State of Emergency now existing in St. Kitts and Nevis

Address to the Nation by Prime Minister Dr. the Hon. Timothy Harris on the State of Emergency  Thursday, April 2, 2020  My Fellow Citizens and Residents: Today, Thursday, 2nd April 2020, I have asked His Excellency, the Governor General, to make further Emergency Powers (COVID-19) Regulations under the State of Emergency now existing in St. Kitts and Nevis. These Regulations […]

Eight reasons online casinos are more popular

Players around the world prefer online casino gaming compared to visiting a gambling establishment. Many reasons influenced them in the decision. We will explore why they have more fun by gambling online. Convenience Gamblers enjoy staying at home while lounging in pajamas playing the online casino games. They can smoke without worrying where they are […]