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Archives for January 19, 2022

Cayman: Public Health Issues First Weekly COVID-19 Situation Report From 9-15 January,2022

From Ministry of Health & Wellness As part of a comprehensive review of its COVID-19 reporting practices, the Public Health Department has issued its first weekly COVID-19 Situation Report, or sitrep. The report covers an epidemiological week, from Sunday at 12:00am to Saturday at 11:59pm explains interim Chief Medical Officer Dr Autilia Newton. From 9 – […]

PAHO calls for countries to prioritize rapid tests for those with COVID-19 symptoms

As infections surge, testing should be expanded to alleviate pressure on hospitals. Those without symptoms should quarantine and follow public health measures. Washington D.C. 19 January 2022 (PAHO) – With COVID-19 surging throughout the Americas and demand for diagnostics higher than ever, the Pan American Health Organization Director Carissa F. Etienne has called on countries to […]

Protecting your Forex Trading with an Offshore Company

Offshore businesses are highly adaptable and beneficial financial vehicles that can be utilized for various objectives. Stocks, currency, precious metals, commodities, and other financial products can all be purchased and sold online. Each trader needs a broker and a trading account in the country and market to execute their trades. Experienced traders frequently employ offshore […]

Getting Consumer Protection right in the OECS!

By Alisha Ally Communications Specialist, Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States & Shekeri Gravillis Technical Specialist, Regional Integration, Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States Fostering a better business environment for consumers. Wednesday, January 19, 2022 — Consumers in the Eastern Caribbean can rest assured that their rights in the physical and digital world are being protected. 35 consumer […]

Infrastructure Minister highlights people-focused projects in 2022-23 Budget

Grand Cayman, 19 January 2021 – Minister for Planning, Agriculture, Housing and Infrastructure Hon. Jay Ebanks focused on investments in infrastructure, communities, and the Caymanian people themselves in his submission to the 2022-23 budget debate. Minister Ebanks, who is the Member of Parliament for North Side, referred in his submission to projects already underway and those […]

Britain ends all COVID Passports, Mask Mandates, Work Restrictions

From Newsmax Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the end of COVID-19 measures introduced to curb the rapid spread of the Omicron variant in Britain as he looks to live with the virus after a peak in cases. Britain was the first country to limit international travel over the Omicron variant, raising alarm bells about its […]

Cayman: Police carry out Joint Operation in West Bay

From RCIPS Just after 3:15PM yesterday, 18 January, a number of RCIPS Units attended a residence on Duxies Lane in West Bay to execute a search warrant. The officers were accompanied by officers from the Animal Welfare Unit of the DOA. When the officers arrived, dogs were cleared from the yard by the DOA officers […]

Concacaf to use VAR in multiple competitions in 2022

Concacaf to use VAR in multiple competitions in 2022 VAR will be implemented in all January and March Concacaf Qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup 2022  Confederation will also use VAR at Men’s and Women’s Concacaf U20 Championships and Concacaf W Championship Miami, FL (Thursday, January 19, 2022) – Following the successful implementation of VAR in […]

Would dogs be better off without us?

A thought experiment tells us a lot about man’s best friend—and ourselves. By Jessica Pierce and Marc Bekoff / Independent Media Institute Would dogs be better off without us? This may be a difficult question to consider if you live with a dog, love dogs, and find beauty in the enduring loyalty of the human-dog […]

13,000 pounds at 118 miles per hour. It was the deadliest wreck in years. And the man behind it was one of the FBI’s most notorious informants

By Ben Ryder Howe From Intelligencer This article was featured in One Great Story, New York’s reading recommendation newsletter. Sign up here to get it nightly. On September 4, 2018, Nauman Hussain, a 28-year-old professional paintball player, was working at his family’s business when a state inspector arrived for a routine visit. Nauman’s father owned Prestige Limousine, a small company touting […]