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Cayman: Sister Islands launch of COVID-19 vaccination campaign

The Sister Islands will be conducting COVID-19 vaccines starting Sunday 10th January 2021 as part of the Public Health Department’s National Vaccination Campaign. The vaccinations are free and available to persons in Stage 1 of the National Vaccination Plan. Location: Aston Rutty Centre Medical Wing Flu Clinic Date: Sunday 10th January – Tuesday 12th January […]

What to know about MRE Toilet Tissue Paper

We all know that it is often hard to find organized food facilities in combat zones. Like any other person, service members have to eat to get their portion of energy to fight the enemy. Considering that there is often no time to cook, the Department of Defense (DOD) had to develop an alternative solution. […]

Dr. Stuart Weiss: COVID-19 Update Friday 8-Jan-2021

Dr. Stuart Weiss, Intelligent Crowd Solutions – Rapid Test Center of NY  Rapid Test Center of New YorkDr. Stuart Weiss, FACEP, FAAP, CBCP January 8, 2021 CoViD-19 News and Information you can trust.Welcome new readers from the Rapid Test Center. Topics: My math was off, vaccine myth, bad week for CoViD-19 case numbers My vaccine […]

CHTA asks Canadian government to reverse harmful COVID-19 Travel requirement

From CHTA MIAMI (January 9, 2021) – The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA), which represents the Caribbean’s biggest industry, has made its case to the Government of Canada to reconsider new pandemic testing rules that will strain already stressed Caribbean public health systems and cause further damage to the region’s economy.From January 7, 2021, Canada […]

Community-Based Tourism– Basil Springer Column (December 28, 2020)

By Basil Springer, GCM “Live in harmony with one another. Do not be haughty but associate with the lowly. Never be wise in your own sight.” – Romans 12:16The community-based tourism opportunity involves residents of the destination (often rural, poor and economically marginalized), who invite tourists to visit their communities. Locals provide overnight accommodations and […]

OPINION: It’s Karma Komrade

By Nathan’ Jolly’ Green. January 08/2021 Where the blue of the night meets the gold of the day, that was Saint Vincent hooray. But not anymore, the nights are dark and black, the days miserable and quiet. The change in Saint Vincent is not just about darkness and light; it is much more than that. […]

How to increase the number of followers on your Instagram

These days, social networks square measure essential once it involves being familiar or promoting your business. These squares measure reliable and necessary ways in which to be fashionable. however additionally to form cash. Instagram is one such platform and it keeps obtaining larger. This social network is employed by every type of profile and every […]

Cayman: Control of COVID-19 (No.3) (Amendment) Regulations 2021, published

CAYMAN ISLANDS Public Health Act (2002 Revision) CONTROL OF COVID-19 (NO.3) (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS, 2021 (SL 3 of 2021) Supplement No. 1 published with Legislation Gazette No. 2 dated 9th January, 2021. In exercise of the powers conferred by section 34 of the Public Health Act (2002 Revision), the Cabinet makes the following Regulations Citation and […]

MPE CARIBBEAN REPORT

MPE CARIBBEAN REPORT – JANUARY 8, 2021 CLICK HERE TO VIEW VIDEO The Caribbean mourns a tourism legend, Haiti celebrates 217 years of independence, and a 24-hour regional prayer initiative is set for month-end. Follow these stories and more in this week’s edition of The MPE #Caribbean Report.

Cayman police issue ‘Holiday Safety Operation Results’

From RCIPS Jan 8 2021 The RCIPS and members of the Special Constabulary carried out Operation Winter Guardian during the month of December up to and including the New Year’s holidays, which involved enhanced policing to ensure public safety during the increased activities involving the day and nighttime economies. The RCIPS also partnered with the […]