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Archives for June 12, 2020

Friday, 12 June 2020 COVID-19 Update – 1 new positive

The Cayman Islands have to date tested 17,227 persons. Of 599 test results today, one has tested positive through community transmission. Of three currently symptomatic, one is admitted to HSA as a result of COVID-19 and is in stable condition. The majority of those returning to Grand Cayman on the BA airbridge on Thursday, 11 June 2020 […]

Cayman: RCIPS assists DOE with monitoring sea turtle nesting sites

Since last month, the RCIPS has been assisting the Department of Environment with their monitoring of turtle nesting sites during the sea turtle nesting season, which began on 1 May across all three islands. The Department of Environment’s sea turtle conservation programme has been in operation for the past 21 years. However, COVID-19 restrictions this […]

CDS online show by teens

CDS: Online show by teens, big anniversary quiz, summer camps! SUMMER CAMPS – BOOKING OPEN! We are opening booking for our summer “play in a week” camps, in the hope that they will go ahead. This may mean alrerations are made and there is not a live final show but a recorded one instead, or that audience […]

Blood donations vital during COVID-19 Pandemic, PAHO says

“Safe blood saves lives…Give blood and make the world a healthier place.” is the theme of the observance on June 14 Washington, D.C., June 12, 2020 (PAHO) — Blood donations are more  necessary  than ever during the current COVID-19 pandemic, and blood centers throughout the Americas are taking measures to ensure that donations continue in a […]

Music, cinema and sushi on wheels

Cars have become a safe space and part of new leisure activities Going to the cinema, attending a concert or enjoying food from the best restaurants… all without getting out of your car With vehicles converted into cinemas or dining rooms, some accessories make them as comfortable as another room in your house Martorell, 12/06/2020. Can you imagine going to […]

EPP Group will not approve EU-UK deal at any cost

With the clock ticking towards a hard Brexit, the EU should cooperate with the UK in reaching a trade deal, but with clear red lines, the EPP Group says. To continue trading freely with the EU, the UK must respect EU rules and standards, maintaining a level playing field, or face severe disruption in trade […]

CUPRA and Marset begin their collaboration from Barcelona

INTRODUCING THE NEW CHISPA LAMP From the co-creation project, the two brands present Chispa by Marset for CUPRA, a design lamp that is portable, rechargeable and cordless, which will be launched in October Designers from both brands have worked together to combine lighting design concepts of the automotive and interior design worlds Marset will be the […]

WHO Virtual Press Conference: audio file and Director-General’s opening remarks – COVID-19

Good morning, good afternoon and good evening. WHO is a global organization, but we are also proud and active members of the cities and communities we live in. Since the 20th of March, Geneva’s famous Jet d’Eau fountain has been switched off while the city was in lockdown. Yesterday I had the enormous honour of re-starting […]

The UWI Open Campus hosting online recruitment fairs

Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor and Principal. Thursday, June 12, 2020 – With the restrictions on public gatherings as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic, The University of the West Indies (UWI) Open Campus is taking a major part of its recruitment efforts for the 2020/2021 first semester student intake online. In this regard, the […]

Cayman: Win thousands of dollars in prizes and support local businesses with support local shop local initiative

Hurley’s Media and Cayman National have this week announced a partnership to support 31 local businesses and give customers the chance to win thousands of dollars in prizes with the launch of Support Local Shop Local.  When customers shop at a participating Support Local Shop Local business between June 15 – September 11 and spend $10 or […]