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Cayman: COVID-19 Update 5 March 2021 – THREE NEW Positives, 26,580 vaccines administered

The Chief Medical Officer, Dr. John Lee, reports that 331 COVID-19 tests have been carried out since this was last reported on Thursday, 4 March 2021. Three were positive. The individuals are travellers who tested positive following routine screening. They will remain in isolation until considered recovered. The Ministry of Health has conducted spot checks […]

Grand Cayman chosen for Multi-Film Production Project; Filming begins next week

Beginning next week and over the next few months, a series of feature films will be filmed in Grand Cayman. Circumstances around the world with the global Covid-19 pandemic have hindered film producers for the past year. The Cayman Islands attracted the attention of William Santor and the team at Productivity Media as a locale […]

Gabriel Mervine’s latest release on Octave Records

By Scott McGowan From PS Audio As a lifelong jazz enthusiast, I’m pretty excited about the newest release from Octave Records: Gabriel Mervine’s Say Somethin’. It was recorded live on the Sonoma Pure DSD System with no overdubbing and strives to harness the spontaneity and interplay between the musicians with stunning fidelity and realism. Gabriel’s trumpet […]

Dr. Stuart Weiss: COVID-19 Update Thursday 4-Mar-2021

By Dr. Stuart Weiss, Intelligent Crowd Solutions Dr. Stuart Weiss, FACEP, FAAP, CBCP MArch 4, 2021 CViD-19 News and Information you can trust. Welcome new members from the Rapid Test Center. Sign Up For Our Newsletter iCrowd.com website COVID-19 HEADLINES FOR TODAY Coronavirus update for March 4, 2021 World Wide Updates Austria and Denmark announce […]

Cayman: DPSC staff achievements recognised

CAYMAN ISLANDS (GIS) – The dedication and achievements of staff members from the Deputy of Public Safety Communications (DPSC) were honoured at an appreciation event held on Wednesday, 3 March 2021.   DPSC is comprised of specialised teams including the Public Safety Communication Centre, which processes and dispatches emergency (9-1-1) and non-emergency calls, the Electronic Monitoring Centre, which […]

Antigua and Barbuda launches Green Climate Fund Project to enhance Civil Society’s access to and readiness for climate finance

St. John’s, March 5, 2021 – The Department of Environment, Antigua and Barbuda and the Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) announced the national launch of the project, “Enhancing Caribbean civil society’s access and readiness for climate finance”, on February 25, 2021. The project is funded by a US$1.29 million grant from the Readiness and Preparatory Support Programme of the Green […]

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US: Ex-Cuomo aide tells CBS she was ‘Groomed’ for sex

By Eric Mack From Newsmax Charlotte Bennett, 25, a former executive assistant to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, is making her first televised allegations, saying she believes she was being “groomed” for sex. Bennett’s exclusive interview with Norah O’Donnell on “CBS Evening News” is set to air Thursday. In a preview posted on Twitter, O’Donnell details how Bennett repeats […]

Cayman: Red Cross Appreciation Ceremony

he Deputy Governor, Franz Manderson attended the Cayman Islands Red Cross (CIRC) appreciation ceremony on Thursday, 25 February to personally thank volunteers for their hard work and dedication in 2020. The Deputy Governor who chairs the National Emergency Operations Centre in which CIRC plays a critical role thanked the team for their support throughout 2020 […]

The attack that never happened: Cuba and the U.S. fantasy of sonic attacks

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde / Globetrotter They called it “sonic attacks,” “health incidents,” and “Havana syndrome.” In September 2017, the United States government decided to withdraw all nonessential personnel and their families from their country’s embassy in Cuba. This decision was based on alleged inexplicable noises whose causes were unclear. Word spread that about 20 diplomats reported […]