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Archives for May 5, 2020

2 ER doctors marry

2 ER doctors marry in front of vacant Chicago hospital amid virus pandemic From Oklahomas News4 CHICAGO (WGN) — Two emergency room doctors who live in Chicago got married over the weekend in front of the now-vacant Cook County Hospital. Dr. Eric Leser is currently an ER physician at Riverside Hospital in Kankakee. Dr. Victoria […]

South Korea reopening

Photos show South Korea gradually reopening after the rate of new confirmed cases of coronavirus slowed down dramatically in recent weeks to less than ten a day By Joey Hadden From Business Insider South Korean Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun said in a televised meeting on May 3 that the nation will relax social distancing restrictions on […]

Cayman: Four arrested for drug offenses,

From RCIPS May 5 2020 Shortly before 2:40PM yesterday, 4 May, officers responded to reports of persons congregating and consuming drugs at an address off Eastern Avenue. Officers observed four persons at the location, and detected the strong scent of ganja. A search of the persons was conducted under the Misuse of Drugs Law, and […]

Cayman: DEH announces landfill rules

The Department of Environmental Health has implemented new rules at the George Town Landfill in order to comply with the recent changes in the curfew regulations. In order to enter the landfill, all persons must provide a government issued ID in order to confirm they are complying with the soft curfew hours and the alphabet […]

Cayman: Update on COVID-19 for Tuesday, 5 May 2020 – 3 more positive results [total 78 cases, 1 death]

 Little Cayman’s hard curfew has been lifted, with effect from this evening. ·         Three positive results reported today: one was a contact of a known positive person and two from the screening programme. 221 negatives were announced. ·         Two evacuation flights, to Costa Rica and Honduras will take place this Friday, 8 May. ·         Landscapers wishing to dispose […]

Cayman: Birth, Death and Marriage Certificates during COVID-19

General Registry is helping members of the public access birth, death and marriage certificates in the face of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. General Registry, the department within the Ministry of Financial Services which oversees this area, will resume issuing hard copies of the certificates on Wednesday, 6 May. The process is as follows: ·         All certificates […]

Caribbean Airlines re-opens Barbados ticket office from May 06, 2020

Trinidad and Tobago, May 05, 2020. Caribbean Airlines advises that its Barbados ticket office located at the Norman Centre Building, Broad Street, Bridgetown will re-open from Wednesday May 06, 2020. Due to restrictions related to COVID-19, the operating hours will be Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. until further notice. However, the […]

RFA Argus arrives in Cayman

 From Cayman Islands Governor’s Office RFA Argus, one of the Royal Navy Caribbean task force ships arrived in the Cayman Islands area yesterday (Monday 4 May). RFA Argus is the replacement ship for RFA Mounts Bay, which for the past three years carried out hurricane relief exercises on Seven Mile Beach and supported the region […]

Caribbean Airlines aircraft sanitisation

Trinidad and Tobago, May 05, 2020. Caribbean Airlines has released a new video highlighting the sanitization processes used on its aircraft. Please click link https://f.io/5mhsBJHw The airline advises that its aircraft cabins are cleaned above international standards and the chemicals used meet the requirements of the World Health Organization, the United States Environmental Protection Agency […]

Cayman Islands law lecturer featured in international journal

From Truman Bodden Law School TRUMAN BODDEN LAW SCHOOL LLM Course Leader Laura Panades’ research is in the spotlight. The European PPP Law Review journal has published her paper on competition in British Overseas Territories. Her research shows how to make public contracting more competitive. Competition is a force for good. It dispels corruption and […]