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Archives for November 23, 2020

Ford Warriors in Pink

Ford Warriors in Pink to Distribute More Than 700,000 Masks to Treatment Centers During Breast Cancer Awareness Month Ford Warriors in Pink will deliver 173,280 masks to treatment centers and organizations in Metro Detroit for distribution to breast cancer patients and their families including 100,000 masks to the Henry Ford Health System, with additional masks […]

Las Vegas

New and Noteworthy in Las Vegas Discover Stunning Resorts, World-Class Restaurants and Entertainment Options Now Open or Coming Soon in Las Vegas LAS VEGAS – Las Vegas has long been a favorite destination, constantly evolving with new and engaging experiences. Although things have changed a bit this year, Vegas is still the place where everything is […]

Puzzles for the week

Puzzles for the week Number search/Sudoku/Word search/Crossword THIS WEEK’S CROSSWORD PUZZLE #1 LAST WEEK’s CROSSWORD PUZZLE #5 SOLUTION

Cayman: Fire Service 5K nets $5500 for charity

GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – The Fire Services 5K Charity Walk held this morning (Monday, 23 November 2020) raised CI$5,500 to benefit the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre. Five fire officers wearing breathing apparatus, 12 firefighter recruits and a small support team, collected CI$4,000 en route from Government Administration Building in George Town to Government House on West Bay Road. Officers […]

WHO Director−General’s opening remarks at the media briefing on COVID−19 − 23 November 2020

There is now real hope that vaccines – in combination with other tried and tested public health measures – will help to end the pandemic.  The urgency with which vaccines have been developed must be matched by the same urgency to distribute them fairly.  Only a fundamental change in funding and approach will realise the […]

Cayman: Multiple fights involving minors

The RCIPS has been made aware of incidents where minors between the ages of 11 years and 16 years have been engaging in planned and organised fights at the John Gray High School, which are subsequently being posted on social media. Jonathan Clark, Principal of John Gray High School stated “The RCIPS officers have been […]

Cayman Prep’s girls clinch Dart Under 13 championship

Defending Under 13 girls’ high school football champions Cayman Prep secured their second title in as many seasons as they defeated Cayman International School (CIS) 4-3 in a thrilling ‘sudden death’ penalty shootout at the Camana Bay Sports Complex on Friday, November 20. This deciding game was played after both schools agreed to play a […]

Cayman: Traveller Quarantine breach

An alleged breach of isolation protocols by travellers who have been quarantining at residence has been reported to the Royal Cayman Island Police Service (RCIPS) and appropriate action has been taken. The Mobile Compliance Team, Public Health and RCIPS visited the property on Thursday 19th November to establish the facts of the incident and can confirm […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Testing Update 23 November 2020 – 4 NEW Positives

The Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Samuel Williams-Rodriguez, reports that 475 COVID-19 tests have been carried out since this was last reported on Friday, 20 November 2020. Four were positive. The individuals are asymptomatic travellers who returned a positive test result following routine screening. They will remain in isolation until considered recovered. The total number […]

US behavior on face masks during COVID-19

From Sleepstandards.com Governments all around the world have put in the effort to control the epidemic. Wearing masks is the primary method of managing the spread of COVID-19. But, in the United States, a huge portion of the population resists wearing face masks. Our team decided to delve a little deeper into this growing problem […]