Archive for December 11th, 2020

Another patient has COVID-19 symptoms

Another patient has COVID-19 symptoms

| 11/12/2020 | 4 Comments

(CNS): Chief Medical Officer Dr John Lee reported Friday that all of the 137 COVID-19 test results carried out over the last day were negative, but an additional person is now showing symptoms of the virus. There have been nine new positive cases this week and there are currently 29 people who have not yet […]

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Dr Shetty among world class surgeons in BBC doc

Dr Shetty among world class surgeons in BBC doc

| 11/12/2020 | 15 Comments

(CNS): The founder of Health City Cayman Islands, Dr Devi Shetty, is one of the world class surgeons featured in a documentary made by the BBC and released on Netflix this week. The world renowned heart surgeon and philanthropist is one of just four pioneering doctors who are specialists in their fields appearing in The […]

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TV crew to get quarantine ‘pass’

TV crew to get quarantine ‘pass’

| 11/12/2020 | 94 Comments

(CNS): Government officials have confirmed that a TV crew will be arriving in Cayman this weekend to scout potential locations for a reality show and that the four individuals are getting a pass on quarantine. The crew is arriving from the US on a private aircraft and will be staying at an approved isolation facility, […]

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Food delivery driver mugged

Food delivery driver mugged

| 11/12/2020 | 26 Comments

(CNS): Police are on the lookout for a suspected robber after a woman conducting what was believed to be a food delivery on Wednesday evening was struck in the face and robbed of cash and other personal items. The violent attack happened at about 6pm at an apartment complex south of Piper Way off the […]

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Fish Market trouble resolved, Hew tells House

Fish Market trouble resolved, Hew tells House

| 11/12/2020 | 75 Comments

(CNS): The Cayman Islands Government and the landowner of Red Spot Bay, George Town, have come to an agreement over the Fish Market row, according to Commerce Minister Joey Hew. He told parliament Thursday night that Chris Johnson had offered to place the site where fishermen and their agents have traditionally sold their catch at […]

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Corruption is a growing problem in Cayman

Corruption is a growing problem in Cayman

| 11/12/2020 | 139 Comments

Johann Moxam writes: In my opinion, unfortunately, corruption is systemic in the Cayman Islands. The lack of leadership demonstrated by elected and non-elected leaders and the application of a sliding scale used to investigate, charge and convict public officers is consistently displayed for all to see.

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