On Thursday, 20 January 2022, the Cayman Islands Government announced the move to Phase 5 which includes the easing of restrictions on travel for children and some updates to testing and quarantine requirements.
As a part of the phased reopening plan of our borders, the Cayman Islands Government has approved new testing methods to assist with the screening of COVID-19 in the community. This additional testing will be done through lateral flow tests (“LFTs”).
In the Cayman Islands there are specific regulations that govern the country relating to COVID-19. From travel to quarantine, social distancing and masks — learn more about what rules are currently in place to protect everyone in our community.
The Cayman Islands Government has several resources to help those who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Apart from different hotlines, there are portals to apply for financial support, isolation assistance, or even to report quarantine breaches.
Hear from Government leaders and medical and industry experts, understand how the rules apply to you and get tips on how to live with COVID-19 in the community.
Here's how testing for COVID-19 works in the Cayman Islands.
If you test positive for COVID-19, you might feel worried about your privacy and want to remain anonymous. Your privacy is important and your healthcare providers and public health officials will always respect this.
Note: This blog was accurate at the date it was published. To view the most up to date information and details of current policies, visit our policies page.
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As of September 24, 2021, anyone over the age of five must wear a mask or cloth face covering in a public place, including an educational institution, if you are unable to, or do not maintain a distance of six feet from every other person.
You do not have to wear a mask if:
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