Archive for July 23rd, 2020

Plan will ‘catapult’ Cayman back to tourism

Plan will ‘catapult’ Cayman back to tourism

| 23/07/2020 | 215 Comments

(CNS): The tourism ministry’s plan to rebuild the sector will depend on a number of variables, such as persuading high net worth individuals in the United Sates with cabin fever that Cayman is a healthy safe place to visit and investing in re-tooling workers and adapting businesses in the tourism sector. In a new report […]

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Cayman has zero active COVID-19 cases

Cayman has zero active COVID-19 cases

| 23/07/2020 | 92 Comments

(CNS): Cayman reached a significant milestone on Thursday when the only active case of COVID-19 was declared as recovered. Chief Medical Officer Dr John Lee confirmed that there were no new positive cases in the latest batch of 375 test results, and with the final patient who was still carrying the virus cleared, for the […]

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Suppliers blame cost of living for pump prices

Suppliers blame cost of living for pump prices

| 23/07/2020 | 46 Comments

(CNS): The irony of claims by the two major wholesalers of fuel in Cayman that the cost of living here was causing high gas prices was not lost on Public Accounts Committee Chair Ezzard Miller on Wednesday. Pierre Magnan, president of the Sol Group, and Nicolas de Breyne, VP of Rubis, both blamed fixed costs […]

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750lbs of ganja found on West Bay beach

750lbs of ganja found on West Bay beach

| 23/07/2020 | 41 Comments

(CNS): Thirty packages containing around 750lbs of ganja were found yesterday on a beach on the north shore in West Bay. Police said officers on patrol in the district recovered the contraband on a beach off Conch Point Road on Wednesday, 22 July. It is not clear if it was the officers who found the […]

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Private schools praised over home-learning

Private schools praised over home-learning

| 23/07/2020 | 31 Comments

(CNS): The Office of Education Standards has found that the private school system adapted well to the environment created by the COVID-19 pandemic school shut-down. While inspectors had found much to be concerned about in their report on the government schools last month, in a report released this week leaders and teachers in private schools […]

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