Archive for March 3rd, 2022

Officials reveal another life lost to COVID-19

Officials reveal another life lost to COVID-19

| 03/03/2022 | 43 Comments

(CNS): Public Health has revealed that an unvaccinated patient who had tested positive for COVID-19 died last week, bringing the death toll in Cayman as a result of the pandemic to 18. Officials said that the delay in reporting the death on 21 February was to confirm that SARS-CoV-2 was responsible.

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Cayman implements full sanctions against Russia

Cayman implements full sanctions against Russia

| 03/03/2022 | 64 Comments

(CNS): The Cayman Islands is supporting the international effort to cut off funding for President Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine after the Russian army invaded the Eastern European country one week ago. In a statement about the situation, Governor Martyn Roper said this included banning aircraft owned or operated by anyone connected with Russia or […]

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Traffic trouble leads to closure of BT Bypass

Traffic trouble leads to closure of BT Bypass

| 03/03/2022 | 43 Comments

(CNS): With the massive decrease over the last two weeks of people in isolation as a result of the pandemic, the level of traffic has quickly returned to pre-pandemic levels and rush hour is now worse than ever for those commuting from the Eastern Districts.

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Contractors at liberty to drive neighbours crazy

Contractors at liberty to drive neighbours crazy

| 03/03/2022 | 114 Comments

(CNS): Developers and contractors have been working through the weekends, including Sundays, while during the week work goes on late into the night and in the early hours of the morning, disturbing people living in these neighbourhoods.

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Crown: speed, negligence caused fatal boat crash

Crown: speed, negligence caused fatal boat crash

| 03/03/2022

(CNS): The speed, acceleration, poor judgment and general negligence of boat captain Sean Michael McDonald (38) when he was at the helm of the Pepper Jelly on 11 August 2019 caused a fatal crash in the North Sound between that boat and a smaller vessel, a court heard Tuesday.

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Over 11,500 cruisers on peak day of phased return

Over 11,500 cruisers on peak day of phased return

| 03/03/2022 | 109 Comments

(CNS): The phased return of cruise passengers may not feel very phased on 6 April, when as many as 11,594 people may descend on George Town from three ships, just two weeks into the re-launch of cruise tourism. On the 21 March, the Disney Magic, carrying a maximum of 2,700 passengers, will be the first […]

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