Archive for May 10th, 2020

How to boil a frog and why it should terrify you

How to boil a frog and why it should terrify you

| 10/05/2020 | 330 Comments

‘Oz’ writes: When the lockdown started the government talked about suppression and flattening the curve as the reasons for introducing widespread restrictions on our freedoms. Reducing the number of COVID-19 cases happening at once made perfect sense; everyone could easily understand the rationale of doing this and we happily complied. But somehow, and without our […]

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DoE still watching out for stingrays

DoE still watching out for stingrays

| 10/05/2020 | 14 Comments

(CNS): The Department of Environment has continued to watch out for the stingrays over the last two months since tourist trips to the Sandbar stopped. Staff from the DoE check on the rays, offering them a little human interaction and supplementing their diet. Until the marine restrictions are lifted and people can go back to […]

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Airlift rolls on as hundreds leave

Airlift rolls on as hundreds leave

| 10/05/2020 | 113 Comments

(CNS): Over the last seven weeks since the airports closed in March evacuation flights have continued to take foreign nationals home and almost one thousand people have left the Cayman Islands. On Friday Governor Martyn Roper, who has been overseeing the airlifts, confirmed that 921 people have gone home on these special charters to various […]

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