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Archives for October 23, 2020

2000 Honda Civic reported stolen

Police have received a report of a stolen white 2000 Honda Civic, registration #168 371 which was last seen at about 10:30PM on Thursday, 22 October, and discovered missing at about 6:20AM this morning, 23 October. The vehicle had been parked at an address off Shamrock Road, Bodden Town.

Cayman: George Town Walkabout Sat 24: Postponed

The Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) is postponing its Older Persons Month George Town Walkabout event, which was scheduled to take place tomorrow (Saturday, 24 October 2020). The postponement of this activity is due to inclement weather. DCFS will be notifying the public as to the rescheduling of the walkabout in due course […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Testing Update 23 October 2020 – ONE NEW Positive

The Chief Medical Officer, Dr. John Lee, reports that 211 COVID-19 tests have been carried out since this was last reported on Thursday, 22 October 2020. One was positive (asymptomatic) and is a traveller in isolation.

Cayman National Trust: Bats and Bonfire event – POSTPONED

From NT Marketing Unfortunately, due to the weather forecast we have postponed our Bats and Bonfire event until further notice.  All ticket holders will be contacted via email. 

Study: Brain training drives improvement in one of Medicare’s costliest areas

Chronic heart failure is reaching epidemic proportions as Boomers age – so much so that it has become one of Medicare’s costliest conditions. Fortunately, a new study from Emory University indicates that a simple therapy of computerized brain exercises combined with walking can improve patient results in standard measures that drive health outcomes and costs. Accelerated […]

ExxonMobil claims shift on climate but continues to fund climate science deniers

The company’s professed support for a carbon tax is a disingenuous public relations ploy to delay government action. By Elliott Negin / Independent Media Institute After decades of public denial, ExxonMobil now acknowledges that “the risk of climate change is real” and says it is “committed to being part of the solution,” at least according to […]

The World Health Organization and Wikimedia Foundation expand access to trusted information about COVID−19 on Wikipedia

The collaboration is part of a shared commitment from both organizations to ensure everyone has access to critical public health information surrounding the global coronavirus pandemic Geneva, Switzerland, 22 October 2020 — The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Wikimedia Foundation, the nonprofit that administers Wikipedia, announced today a collaboration to expand the public’s access to […]

US: Hunter Biden’s former business partner speaking with FBI [Note reference to Cayman Islands]

By Sandy Fitzgerald From Newsmax An interview that was to have taken place between members of two Senate committees and former Hunter Biden business partner Tony Bobulinski has been postponed because he’ll be speaking with the FBI, Sen. Ron Johnson’s office confirmed Friday.  “This morning, lawyers for Tony Bobulinski informed the Senate Homeland Security and […]

Cayman: Health Practice Commission’s Statement on COVID-19 Vaccine Trials

Grand Cayman (GIS) – The Health Practice Commission (HPC) assures the public that its approval of local trials of a new vaccine against COVID-19 followed a strict screening process. Approval, granted to a local company to begin the first phase of human trials earlier this month, was notable in that it is the first trial approved by […]

NEWSMAX TV: US Debate

Tommy Hicks to Newsmax TV: Trump Achieved More in 3.5 Years Than Biden Has in 47 By Solange Reyner From Newsmax President Donald Trump on Thursday night showed how much he’s accomplished in just 3.5 years and how little Joe Biden has in his 47 years as a politician, said Tommy Hicks, co-chair of the Republican […]