July 25, 2021

Archives for April 2021

Cayman: COVID-19 Update 30 April 2021, ONE NEW Positive, 65,991 vaccines administered

The Chief Medical Officer, Dr. John Lee, reports that 215 COVID-19 tests have been carried out since this was last reported on Thursday, 29 April 2021. One was positive. The individual is a traveller who tested positive following routine screening. They will remain in isolation until considered recovered. The total number of COVID-19 vaccines administered […]

30 Apr Weather in Cayman

Fri Apr 30 2021 Weather in Cayman SYNOPSIS Light easterly winds and seas will continue across the Cayman area for the next 24 hours as a due to a weak pressure gradient across the Caribbean. Radar images show isolated showers over the Cayman area which are moving towards the west. Humidity: 77% (UP from yesterday)UV: […]

Cayman: NTCI PRESS RELEASE RE MANGROVE CLEARING

29th April 2021 – NTCI PRESS RELEASE RE MANGROVE CLEARING The National Trust for the Cayman Islands adds its voice to the warnings recently issued by the Department of Environment, the National Conservation Council and local environmental groups in relation to the proposed clearing of precious mangrove forests. TTNeighbouring land owners and those within the […]

Cayman: MRCU offers tips for mosquito relief in the coming days

he Mosquito Research & Control Unit (MRCU) wishes to inform the community that recent high tides, which started on 3 April, have caused flooding in the mangrove breeding areas of the Black Salt Marsh Mosquito (Aedes taeniorhynchus).   The flooding resulted in high numbers of mosquitoes emerging 10-14 days later. On the 20th April tides […]

Cayman: May is Child Month

The Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) is hosting the following events to mark Child Month during May. This notice also contains events which will be hosted by partner agencies throughout the month: Sunday, 2 – Opening Child Month Church Service/Child Month Awardees Recognition, Red Bay Church of God Holiness, 11 am Monday, 3 […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update 29 April 2021, NO new positives

The Chief Medical Officer, Dr. John Lee, reports that 365 COVID-19 tests have been carried out since this was last reported on Wednesday, 28 April 2021. All were negative. There are no additional COVID-19 vaccinations to report as the clinic was closed yesterday. Vaccinations resumed at Owen Roberts International Airport today. The Public Health Department […]

All about ENT doctors and what they do

First: What IS An ENT?  ENT stands for “Ear, Nose, and Throat”. An ENT doctor specifically provides medical solutions in these areas. The technical term for an ENT is an “otolaryngologist”; but that’s not just hard to read, it’s hard to write. The public generally has trouble with long names like that, so most ENTs, […]

Planning in advance for healthy breastfeeding

All Things In Life Benefit From Planning Whether you’re just looking to assure the following day goes well, or you’re taking pains to manage a long-term project, advance planning is very beneficial. Children are the project of projects. Your daughter or son is a little “you” being put forth in the world. They’re an extended […]

Healthcare Tips For Medical Businesses

Finding A Niche, Filling It, And Establishing Reliable Operations As a healthcare business, one of your most important initial moves will involve securing a “niche” in your local market. Just because other medical practices offer similar services to yours doesn’t mean you’ll be unable to carve out a local niche. It does mean, though, that […]

CANARI endorses locally led adaptation principles as key in tackling the climate crisis in Caribbean SIDS

Port of Spain, April 29, 2021 – The Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) has endorsed the use of locally led adaption principles in supporting the most vulnerable communities to address climate change impacts, including in Caribbean Small Island Developing States (SIDS), along with 50 other organisations globally. As global leaders committed to ambitious targets to tackle the […]