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Archives for May 14, 2021

Cayman: New Covid-19 Regulations Issued

Amendments to COVID-19 regulations, which were Gazetted on Friday, 14 May 2021, came into effect immediately, and will continue through 15 July 2021 The principal changes in the new Covid-19 Regulations relate to the removal of pre-flight PCR testing for returning residents who are travelling back to the Cayman Islands and were vaccinated by the […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update 14 May 2021, FOUR NEW Positives, 73,721 vaccinations given

There have been 73,721 Covid-19 vaccinations given in total in the Cayman Islands.  Of these, 39,792 (61% of the estimated population) have had at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and 52% have completed the two dose course.  Public Health thanks the Cayman public for continuing to come forward to take up the vaccine before the […]

7 must-haves when you move into a new business location

Relocating to a new site may be scary to most business owners but the possibility of ramping up the business is more exciting. Selecting a business location is crucial and the resources available in that area and its environs are crucial to the growth and success of your business. Entities need to be responsible when […]

Judge Judy calls SCOTUS Expansion ‘Dumb’

By Fran Beyer From Newsmax Judge Judy has delivered a verdict on the U.S. Supreme Court expansion: ”Dumb.” In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Judith Sheindlin took on a range of questions as she announced she was walking away from the ”Judge Judy” show that made her an icon over the past 25 years. The grilling included her […]

Scientist claims he’s found why some COVID-19 vaccines cause blood clots

By Lynn Allison  From Newsmax OVID-19 vaccines from AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson have triggered potentially deadly blood clots. Many countries including the U.S., Norway, and Denmark have either temporarily paused or halted the distribution of these vaccines altogether. According to the latest news reports, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said there have been at least […]

OECS launches New Climate Change Virtual Engagement Platform

Friday, May 14, 2021 — The OECS Commission has launched a new climate change engagement platform. On 29th April, the Caribbean NDC Finance Initiative (NDCFI) Virtual Engagement Platform (VEP) went live following a virtual ceremony. The VEP provides an online space for knowledge exchange and information-sharing related to the fulfilment of national and regional climate targets and […]

SEAT S.A. launches diversity manifesto and affirms belief in strength through difference

“Diversity Takes Us Further” is a set of principles that writes diversity and inclusion into SEAT S.A’s corporate DNA and shows a step forward in the company’s commitment SEAT S.A. is made up of four generations of employees, with 67 nationalities and 26 languages; 21% are women, and an estimated 7% of the workforce belongs […]

Cayman: NAU: Afternoon Closures

The Needs Assessment Unit (NAU) advises the public that its offices, on Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac, will be closed from 1pm on Wednesday, 19 May 2021. The afternoon closures are to facilitate a staff meeting. Please note that the NAU offices will reopening as normal on Thursday, 20 May 2021.

The Letter

From All-Access If you do one job for a couple of decades, you’re going to find certain things repeating themselves. Write a column that long and you end up revisiting some themes, and by “revisiting” I mean “repeating yourself ad nauseam,” which leads me to my time-honored “blank slate” theory of content creation and how […]

Master Class Sun May 30

Botanic Park Hosts Basic Orchid Care Master Class SOLD OUT Back by popular demand, the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park is pleased to announce it is hosting a new Master Class with the Park’s Horticultural Manager, Nick Johnson. The exclusive workshop will feature insightful tips on basic orchid care and includes a guided walk within […]