No more positives in latest COVID-19 results

| 15/07/2020 | 112 Comments
Cayman News Service
Governor Martyn Roper

(CNS): All of the 203 COVID-19 test results reported by Chief Medical Officer Dr John Lee Wednesday evening were negative, as Cayman appears to still be on track to beat the virus, even though test numbers are falling. Currently there are just two active cases, both of which are asymptomatic patients, one of which was picked up via the community screening and the other was a returning traveller.

These are the only two case of the virus that have been picked up over the last two weeks out of 3,053 tests conducted by public health officials since 1 July. In total 27,206 tests have been carried out here since testing began in March and 203 patients have tested positive. Currently 141 people are in isolation, either in government quarantine facilities or isolating at home.

Cayman is expected to see even more restrictions lifted this coming weekend as the efforts to curtail the spread of the virus have been successful. In his daily Facebook post yesterday, Governor Martyn Roper said Cayman was “in a very comfortable position”.

In addition to the lockdown, the massive test and trace programme, social distancing and mask wearing have played a part in getting Cayman to this place. In light of the controversies that continue around mask wearing, especially in the United States, where their use has become a political issues, Roper has urged people here to continue wearing them.

“In Cayman we have taken a clear and consistent position that you should wear masks or face coverings in public places,” he said. “Wearing masks, adopting social distancing and basic hygiene protects us individually and others in our community. The virus will be with us for the foreseeable future. These good habits reduce risk considerably.”

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Stop the drama. The situation is SO FLUID, it would be prudent to wait and to learn more. And No, it won’t have to be 5 years, but a year would be doable.

    • Anonymous says:

      Doable for who?
      What about those who have closed their businesses and lost their jobs? What do you say to them?
      Wait. I know the answer.
      “Tough shit!”

  2. ABeeCeeDee says:

    Open up flights to Canada. They’ve done a great job and have very low numbers.

    Perhaps be selective about allowing flights from other countries, too.

    But seriously; given what’s happening in the U.S. (Florida especially), I just can’t fathom opening the borders up and saying “Come on in!” to anyone from America right now. That would be such a huge risk that isn’t worth taking.

    • Anonymous says:

      A single Canadian with the virus would be just as dangerous as an American, a Brit, or an Italian with the virus. It ain’t worth the risk. If someone truly wants or needs to come here they can, through quarantine!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Why can’t our Postmaster General coordinate with the Governor’s Office/Travel Time to deliver the bags of airmail on to the very limited number of repatriation flights, even with weeks of advance planning time? This ain’t rocket surgery.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Open the borders but keep our Northern neighbours out!

    • Anonymous says:

      Keep the Americans out but let Canadians in starting October 1. Maybe EU citizens too.

      America needs to get their public health act together. Chaos there now from a health perspective.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I coming too. Wait for me!

  6. Anonymous says:

    People who wear a mask all day are at risk of bacterial infection of airways. ALL DAY is the key word here, not on occasional visit to a grocery store or a doctor.

    Unless employees who are required to wear a face mask all day long change it every 2-3 hours, common sense tells it is an unsafe practice.

    • Anonymous says:

      You are right. Criminals in green uniforms abound with their criminal leader.
      No doubt they will rewrite science to gain control?

    • Anonymous says:

      I do feel for those that need to wear it all day. They should be given breaks every hour and change out their mask.
      Those complaining about wearing it for 10 min whilst in a store or walking thru a crowded space are just selfish. FULL STOP!

    • Anonymous says:

      Bacteria doesn’t suddenly harbor and increase multiplication rate in your system because you put on a mask.

      Also, my dad’s a surgeon and says his “ALL DAY” mask wearing confirms you’re full of crap.

  7. Anonymous says:

    To all those saying ‘we can’t open the borders without a vaccine’, I get that – but how long are you willing to wait? It could take a year, 5 years 10 years, maybe it will never happen. Scientists have been working on finding a vaccine for the common cold and the flu (which are also coronaviruses) for decades. A vaccine for HIV has not been developed after 35 years of research. Remember arriving at a vaccine is the first step, after that billions have to be distributed. So….how long are you willing to wait?

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s only been a few months and we’re doing great relative to the horror shows elsewhere. What would be the acceptable number of dead people to sacrifice to accommodate your desire for increased mobility? How many thousands of permanent medical injury patients would be worthwhile for you? All you have to do is contact Travel Time to go off and participate in the pandemic yourself, if you want to. Nobody is stopping you.

      • Anonymous says:

        So are you willing to wait 5 to 10 years then?

        • Anonymous says:

          Yes! If that is what it takes. Cruise ships ain’t coming back anyway, so we need to find other ways to survive. We could start by selling safety. Plenty will pay for it!

      • Anonymous says:

        @ 11.48 Spending 5k to live in a Cayman gulag on my return is stopping me! Drop this ridiculous quarantine nonsense and let the grown ups isolate at home. Or are people making money from it?

    • Anonymous says:

      yep, that’s exactly the problem. However, those on the other side think we should open right now simply to serve tourism and real estate, but we don’t really have to right now, we can wait a while, we can probably wait another year, so why not? to rush to open is nonsensical and dangerous when there’s no valid reason, the majority in Cayman do not live and die by tourism, and most real estate sold to overseas investors is still being sold online!! So let’s wait a while, that’s all, why not?

    • Anonymous says:

      One of the causes of the common cold can be a coronavirus, along with rhinoviruses, adenoviruses, and others.

      The seasonal flu is not a coronavirus, but an influenza. Modern medicine has managed to whip a few viruses, such as smallpox.

      The thing is that Covid-19 is a new virus, and medical/health care research is finding out new things about it all the time. There may be more than one and possibly several waves of it. Many countries have done very well with their response to the virus. Just imagine if every nation/territory did the same as we’ve done here and actually controlled the thing?

      We may have to wait a very long time; when this virus emerged, the world changed, and is still changing.

      Maybe we’ll be fortunate and the virus will attenuate. Right now, in other countries, efforts to “get back to normal” is getting people killed.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Time to open the borders? – NO

    From CNN

    Miami hospitals have reached 95% capacity due to the growing Covid-19 pandemic, the city’s mayor, Francis Suarez, told reporters Thursday.

    The percentage of positive cases is growing at a smaller rate, Suarez said.

    The highest category of people who are getting infected are people between the ages of 18 and 34, who represent 27% of the population, Suarez said.

    “They are going back to the home and infecting everybody in the household,” according to Suarez.

    From the surveys received by the city “33.7% are reporting they are getting infected by a family member,” Suarez said, emphasizing the importance of sanitizing measures at home.

  9. Anonymous says:

    From the Guardian this morning

    ‘Florida sets another single-day record of coronavirus deaths

    In the US, Florida has once again broken its single-day record of coronavirus deaths, as the state struggles to get the virus under control.

    Florida health officials announced 156 residents died of coronavirus yesterday, breaking the record of 132 deaths reported on Tuesday morning.

    The new figure brings the total number of coronavirus deaths in Florida to 4,677. The state has also confirmed more than 315,000 cases.’

    Covidiot response – move on – nothing to see here, the virus cannot survive in airplanes traveling to the Cayman Islands

  10. Anonymous says:

    The fancy mask is a bit tone deaf even if well intended.

  11. Anonymous says:

    And here we go again, people will clamor for the borders to reopen. It’s unbelievable that groups in tourism and real estate development are pushing so hard for tourism and long term residents to be allowed back in. This virus is real, just because government has been so successful doesn’t mean it can’t spread rapidly once borders open. It will. And our community has so many vulnerable persons (old/overweight/ Diabetes, etc) that it’s insanity to risk the borders without quarantine simply to satisfy the needs of Dart and his few hotels or whatever

    Until a vaccine, unless you quarantine for 14 days, please do not open borders

    • Anon says:

      Absolutely correct. The Cayman shutdown has preserved a pristine, completely vulnerable population, subject to geometric rates of deadly infection if just one infected person enters Cayman. Meanwhile, the virus is basically over in the USA northeast, and will be over in the American South in about a month. That is how epidemics work unless you want to exist in an isolated backwater for the foreseeable future.

      • Orlando Bob says:

        7:51, Can assure you that with the current political leadership in the American South the virus will not be over in a month there. More like a year with the current group of idiot Governors denying reality and following the gospel according to Trump.

    • Anonymous says:

      Overweight is a personal choice. I feel we should protect the elderly, but the obese did this to themselves.

      And before you get on my case for shaming fat people… Why do we scorn drug addicts, smokers and alcoholics, but not the obese? They are no different.

      • Anonymous says:

        All the downvotes are from people who justify eating two large #2’s by themselves because they opted for diet coke.

    • Anonymous says:

      The response to covid-19 is the perfect example of what happens when you put radical freaks in charge.

      People like 6:35 are hysterical clowns manipulated by group think.



      Tens of Millions of jobs lost, millions lost their homes and will lose their home, families finanically devastated! Who’s talking about that? NO ONE!

      People should to to JAIL for this!

      • Anonymous says:

        @8:37 AM
        You’re such an idiot! And What’s worse, you probably don’t know you are.

      • Anonymous says:

        you’re really not smart

      • BeaumontZodecloun says:

        Read your post. Now read 6:35’s post. Which one of you sound hysterical?

        The people of Cayman appear to be mostly united in recognising that the suppression means used here are effective.

        Perhaps you should consider emigrating to a nation that is more in line with your thinking.

        p.s. 59.7% of all statistics are made up.

        • Hubert says:

          Agree with you Big Beau but where did you get that silly 59.7% number?

          The stats depend upon who is undertaking the gathering of data ata and how it is analysed.

        • Anonymous says:

          59.7%? Sorry, not a chance that’s right. I found 117% of those surveyed this morning disagreed with you..although 1 out of every purple were wearing masks so it’s hard to understand them

      • Anonymous says:

        8:37 Hey Dingbat, people have gotten sick in Cayman, we have had several individuals who were showing symptoms…so where on earth are going getting your information from? Secondly, Cayman doesn’t have tens of thousands or people, so it’s inaccurate to say that amount have lost their jobs unless you are referring to the worldwide job loss.

        You are obviously one of those morons who is more about money than the value of life and health. Many have died from this virus and are continuing to do so, but fools like you would rather ignore the fact this this virus is NOT like the flu and we do NOT know enough about it.

    • Anonymous says:

      You’re going to find loads of genius epidemiologists replying to you here telling you how nuts you are and how cayman is doomed. I agree with you to an extent although keeping borders closed for ever clearly isn’t an option.

      A lot of people here dont seem to think its a big deal this virus, bless them. once the virus takes hold here, not only will they change their mind, but they’ll take off the blinkers and realize that its not just covid patients that will suffer…it’s everyone. Our ICU beds full, our doctors over burdened, who treats the accidents? The other illnesses? Etc. The knock on effects are immense. this whole thing about ‘only’ 1 or 5% or whatever death rate is insane ramblings of the self entitled. The virus will take the health system down.
      Until there is a vaccine.
      It’s really that simple.
      so yes…quarantine is good. Masks too. Washing hands. All good.

    • Anonymous says:

      Borders are opening thats a fact.
      As is the fact that we will probably not see a vaccine for a year yet.

      Pre testing and test on arrival works.
      As a person that has travel thought this pandemic and have been tested almost weekly I can say without doubt pretesting works and ongoing monitoring and testing after arrival.

      It stoped me spreading it when I had it…….AND yes it was nothing more than a light flu.. if that!

      • Anonymous says:

        you’re the lucky one, thankfully. But for 1% or whatever, they are not. And the health system can’t cope with 1% in take, never mind 1% ICU, nevermind 1% dead.

        Seriously, what is wrong with people? So entitled

        • Anonymous says:

          You missed my point.
          Pre test and then test on arrival and monitor is a way forward. 1% dead is a stretch try 0.2% and opening to home owners, business traveler is needed quicker than tourism and allows a way to work out a system first before tourism.

          As for entitled…….I have spent 5 months separated from my family continuing to work around many countries and travel through this pandemic. It was not my choice to be stuck as there was no way to get home before the shutdown and even when I tried the Government failed to have isolation facilities available.
          Whats so entitled about wanting to come home??

          AND nothing i will say to you…..I guarantee the border will open within 2 months and you can cry about it all you like!

          • Anonymous says:

            Any attempt to risk the lives of the people of the Cayman Islands for the short term benefit of a group of overly entitled foreign nationals will be met wit a public outcry. We will not accept the risk. Come in through quarantine, or do not come! How hard is that to understand?

            And by the way, thousands are willing to come through quarantine, and will pay for the privilege of living in a community free from the virus.

            • Anonymous says:

              I think you are mistaken with that thousands are willing to quarantine. Not one person that I have talked with is willing to fly to an area that has a quarantine that is more than overnight and I work in a large company, been discussing travel amongst people who travel and have family who travel. Not one person has said “oh yeah, let me quarantine for 14 days before I even start my holiday”. In fact, we all are searching for places we can travel thru the winter without quarantine restrictions or too many COVID hoops to jump thru. A pre-test, testing upon arrival, masks, social distancing….anything much more than that….we are searching for another place and there are plenty of places that want our business. ( Antigua, Barbuda, Aruba, Jamaica- although they may have just upped their restrictions???, Bahamas, Barbados…and the list goes on)

              • Anonymous says:

                Why don’t you ask Traveltime how many people have already registered to try to come in? It has been two weeks and the numbers are significant.

                • Anonymous says:

                  Good luck then….everyone from this area is not interested in a quarantine.
                  Hope it works out as I have lots of friends in the tourism industry and they need to get back to work.

                  • Anonymous says:

                    So would be interesting to know those in tourism are willing to hurt someone the know or love so they can make a few bucks?

                  • Anonymous says:

                    Sure. They can serve food to, rent cars to, and take scuba diving the thousands of people willing to come and stay, through quarantine!

            • Anonymous says:

              No there NOT that lid a lie.

              Bahamas, Turks and Bermuda lost people and canceled booking when the instigated mandatory testing.

              Don’t tell stories!
              People will com for 14 isolation in there own private home though.

              • Anonymous says:

                They will not isolate in their own home, because they will have to quarantine first. Self isolation has been proven not to work. People cannot be trusted. That is the simple stark reality.

                • Anonymous says:

                  If they don’t want to quarantine then they don’t come in, simple. To hell with your and your self entitled posse that think you are above quarantining. Your money is of no use here if you cannot respect our country and the safety of our people. As for you assuring our boarders will be open, I think Government realize the uproar and rebellion they will have on their hands from the public. Especially considering the vast majority want the borders to remain closed until at least next year.

                  • Anonymous says:

                    The survey is about 50-50 for Re- opening. I’m not entitled, but, I’m going on a holiday and do not want to be quarantined while spending money to be on it. Cayman doesn’t have to open this year as when they do, I will be back, but I’m just stating my opinion and those of the people around me that we are looking at the restrictions closely as we know we will be traveling when the weather gets cold here and we will be avoiding places with quarantine orders in place.. even those who go away for the entire winter.

                  • Anonymous says:

                    5:57 am I meant to thumbs up your comment! Totally AGREE

              • Anonymous says:

                If you read my post before calling me a liar….Bermuda and Turks has strict testing measurements and is not even on my list above. Bermuda has closed several hotels until 2021, but there are hotels open. If I remember correctly re. Bermuda they have a pre-test, a travel documentation that needs to be filled out and a short quarantine period while you wait for their own testing to be done and then you need to take your temperature daily and report back on an app. There may be further testing every couple days, but I can not quite remember. I do not remember what T & C’s regulations are, but I know I said to myself that they had too many loops and I immediately crossed them off my travel list. Bahamas’s travel protocol (in the article I read two days ago) with all the protocols for the islands- Cayman was not listed) was not over the top and was very reasonable.
                The people I know, will not quarantine for 14 days and I know people who travel for most of the winter months (snowbirds). They are looking for places where that is not included. Just telling you how it is from the people I know and am in contact with and they are some budget tourists and others are high end travelers who stay in top end villas.

                • Anonymous says:

                  Sure. They can serve food to, rent cars to, and take scuba diving the thousands of people willing to come and stay, through quarantine!

                • Anonymous says:

                  Bahamas has shut down Americans coming in. All the new cases there last week came in from Florida.

                  Smart move by Bahamas.

              • Hubert says:

                Bahamas has now banned all Americans from visiting their country.

            • Anonymous says:

              Hope you see this….Entitled I am… WOW now they are opening and I will bring my so called entitled ass home!

      • Anonymous says:

        hmmm,how exactly do you know that you didn’t spread it?

  12. Anonymous says:

    Embroidered masks! WOW!! 😷🤯🙈

    Whose idea was that? Who manufactured and shipped the masks? Or were it made locally? If shipped, seems it cleared customs in no time. Are they reusable? If not, does CIG aware of unprecedented marine life pollution with masks, gloves, sanitizer bottles and caps?

    Lastly, in times, when so many rely on charities to survive CIG created hardships, spending a penny on anything that is not absolutely necessary seems like insult to injury.

    Finally, one has to be really dumb not anticipate backlash from members of public for wasting money today.

    I thought I have seen it all, yet CIG continues demonstrate extreme level of thoughtlessness.

  13. Connie says:

    Masks are a joke and actually harmful in heat.

    They were not mandated on 3/22 when the borders were shut. It took weeks before masks were deemed necessary.

    Enough of this crap.

    • Anonymous says:

      Totally agree with you. However, the last time I gave my opinion on here about mask wearing I was called an idiot by CNS and others so interesting to see how they will respond to your viewpoint this time around. I stopped wearing the bloody thing weeks ago and have no intentions of continuing. There you go, people. I said it again! Puff up now if you like.

      CNS: It’s very possible that you were called a selfish idiot, because that is the correct term for someone who risks other people’s lives.

      • Anonymous says:

        Still not wearing it. My body, my choice.

        • Hubert says:

          OK then. No shirt, no shoes, no mask, no service. Your choice.

          • Anonymous says:

            That’s why we go to businesses where we can get service without wearing a mask. Stay happy Hubert!

        • Anonymous says:

          My take on the mask wearing early on was that there was not enough masks to go around and if they asked everyone to start wearing them then the poor healthcare workers would be even in a more dire situation, so they discouraged the public from wearing them. Personally, it just makes sense to me, we all know you can’t supress a sneeze or cough and if you have a mask on it going to help. Not rocket science, stop being a Trumpster, it’s so annoying.

      • Anonymous says:

        CNS, not cool at all!

        Besides if one wears a mask he is protected. Hypothetical grandma or a person with pre-existing conditions who also wear a mask have nothing to worry about.

        CNS: Good grief! Where have you been? This is absolutely false. As has been said over and over, you wear a mask to protect other people, including the elderly and those who have pre-existing conditions – or those who will go on to spread it to vulnerable people. They do not protect the wearer. Suppressing the spread of the virus depends on everyone being a responsible, normal human being and not wanting other people to get sick. So I wear a mask to protect you and you wear a mask to protect me. Selfish idiots refuse to wear one when they are in an enclosed public place. There is nothing hypothetical about thousands of dead people. Further reading.

        • Connie says:

          Amazing that prior to the mask order, hundreds or thousands of people living in Cayman avoided becoming affected.
          Especially in the 2 weeks following the border closures.

          Simply amazing!

          CNS: We were in lockdown. The wearing of masks is increasingly important as we open up.

          • Connie says:

            What a load of crap.

            Everyone was going to the store without masks. EVERYONE.

            Masks are useless unless they are N95 respirators.

            Homemade cloth masks and others are equivalent to a chain link fence stopping pollen.

            Stop spreading falsehoods.

            CNS: Rush Limbaugh says cloth masks are useless. The overwhelming consensus from the medical community is that they help stop the spread. Even the governors of very right Alabama and Montana have made them mandatory in public in the face of raging outbreaks in those states. In the US, this has become an utterly ridiculous political issue. In the Cayman Islands we just want to protect our friends, family and neighbours. The N95 masks are for medical personnel so that the wearer is protected. Don’t conflate the two.

          • Anonymous says:

            You don’t think that being in lockdown for what seems like forever didn’t help???
            You really are dense.

      • Connie says:

        Risking people’s lives?

        If masks work, there is no risk of losing your life to those wearing them, right?

        Get a grip.

        CNS: The risk of catching the virus and spreading it is seriously curtailed if everyone wears marks.

      • Anonymous says:

        Still an idiot in my mind…and I am not CNS. Wear a mask. Protect your family…your loved ones…your community and maybe even in the long run…yourself.

        • Anonymous says:

          You ARE an idiot for having that “no mask mentality”. Good luck receiving service considering that EVERYWHERE is requiring you to wear one!
          The same way you want to spew your Americanized nonsense of “my body my choice”, remember that the business you attempt to enter has the choice to NOT let you in and NOT serve you. Keep that in mind when you are embarrassing yourself by causing a scene, puffing out your chest, attempting subject others to your germs.

          Thank you as well CNS for standing up and putting these selfish fools in their place!

      • Anonymous says:

        So I’ll be sure to smoke right in your face when I see you next. You’ll have no prob with that right?

  14. Anonymous says:

    Is it positive asymptotic or useless tests? Just curious, how is it we have the ability to test a virus that no medical profession or authority understands?

    • Missing part of a Rib says:

      That not how science works, you science to understand, to make a possible cure or immunization.

      “We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology, in which hardly anyone knows anything about science and technology.” —Carl Sagan

      • Red Phil says:

        So then why has the government used this opportunity to crush so many people, break their livelioods and impose fear when they themselves are ignorant?
        There is a lot of deceit going on here. I will just keep still and let the government continue to protect the shit out of me.

        • Anonymous says:

          Oh guys. You drive down every day to GOAL, log on to your computers and start trolling social media.
          Every down thumb occurs within seconds of each other. Usually 6 to 9 depends on who has a day off.

        • Anonymous says:

          YES, you’re right our little government managed to get the whole world to crush our livelihoods and impose fear.
          IF there was a god, I really hope you get a dose of this virus so you can feel yourself. I’m horrible I know, but I’m willing to actually wear a mask to save others, I prefer it wouldn’t save you. SMH

      • Anonymous says:

        True science might have existed in 20,19,18,17 centures, but NOT TODAY.

        Scientific research that benefits corporate profit, rather than the public good, has become the norm.

        And Google is new Nazi that steers your search in whatever direction it wants to steer. I have noticed it takes me far away from where I want to go,, so I asked around, some noticed, some not, but then articles started to appear, like this ones: WSJ Insists Google Steers Searchers To YouTube; Searching for Video? Google Pushes YouTube Over Rivals; This psychologist claims Google search results unfairly steer voters to the left. Conservatives love him).

        So I am not crazy.

        • Anonymous says:

          You are not paranoid. Google is steering your computer and only your computer. It knows where you are.

          The rest of us it ignores. The best thing for you to do is turn off all electricity, put on your tin hat and hide in a closet.

          • Anonymous says:

            Wrong. my search was tested on 3 different computers each at least 3,000-5,000K apart (different countries). All got the same results.
            Search engines other than Chrome produced more accurate results.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Jamaica saw a 100% increase over the last fews days since opening up. July 12th zero cases. July 13th 1 case. They should never have allowed people to fly in. What are terrible decision by the Jamaican government, 100% increase.

  16. Anonymous says:

    Reopening the borders it was mentioned on Cayman Compass that tourists may have to wear a device called BioSticker to monitor temperature, heart rate, etc.
    Please google- it would be a great fashion look w/ your bikini. 😂😂
    Won’t temperatures rise while on beach and heart rate/ pulse if “ enjoying your holiday “ w/ your significant other? 🤔

  17. Anonymous says:

    $9k to $15k to quarantine two weeks in the Ritz. Thank you CIG.

  18. Sick of the gravy train says:

    How much (of my ) money did we waste on embroidered masks? Why are necessary? People are struggling, and this is what are government is doing?

  19. Anonymous says:

    it coming!

  20. Anonymous says:

    From CNN this afternoon:

    ‘Florida reported another 10,181 cases of coronavirus yesterday, bringing the total of cases reported throughout the pandemic to at least 301,810, according to new numbers released by the Florida Department of Health.
    A total of 19,334 people are currently hospitalized across the state.

    If Florida was its own country, it would have the 8th highest case count in the world, according to Johns Hopkins University data. Only seven countries are reporting more total cases than the state of Florida: The US, Brazil, India, Russia, Peru, Chile and Mexico.’

    112 new deaths in Florida from Covid-19 so far today and more than 4500 total.

    Will the Covidiots still claim that we should throw the doors open for flights from Miami?

    • Anonymous says:

      If you listen to CNN you are an absolute idiot. Like Fox it is a propaganda machine. May I remind of you of a host struggling to stand still in a hurricane while persons walked casually by in the background? Honestly I pity and pray for CNN and FOX viewers.

      • Anonymous says:

        But the only way I can really understand the craziness of Trump is by watching Trump. Apparently Fox and their evening boys and girls are his top advisers.

      • Anonymous says:

        I don’t pray, it’s as much bs as fox.

      • Anonymous says:

        Please pray for Trump as FOX is his major source for all information.

        Oh Lord, are we ever in deep trouble.

    • Anonymous says:

      We can read and listen! But we prefer different sources of information. We don’t force different information on you and call you names. They start teaching in nurseries that calling names is unacceptable.
      Keep watching CNN if that is what you love to do. Just keep in mind that in the US there are state issued “guidelines“ on how to report hospital’s deaths biased towards Covid19. But that is probably over your head.

      When the virus is politicized nothing good but sound bites come out of such sources as CNN.

  21. Anonymous says:

    Has it been 14 days since the bars reopened?

    • Anonymous says:


    • Why not be responsible says:

      If we stay locked down from foreigners we can maintain a reasonably safe position. But government will need money soon. Why government employees were not moved to areas that were clearly lacking personnel, ie CUSTOMS Is without reason.

      • Anonymous says:

        Without reason? Government is as government does. Cayman has gone from the jewel of the Caribbean to the laughing stock of the Caribbean.

        • Really ???? says:

          You got that wrong, the USA is.

        • Really ???? says:

          Wrong the USA is the laughing stock of the World. We good.

          • Anonymous says:

            There is now no way to sugar coat what is going on in the USA. America now have a full scale raging dumpster fire 🔥 🔥 underway with absolutely no idea when the fire is going to be put out.

            So maddening when one looks at all the fires in other countries that were put out effectively a few months ago.

            Cayman, be prudent, take it slow, and be prepared to embrace a new normal. Short term pain for long term gain.

    • Anonymous says:

      Good point. But wait till the people escape quarantine.

    • Anonymous says:

      We know from staying home that alcohol, not isolation, kills covid. The bars are safe.

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