Table Of Contents

  1. Register for COVID-19 Screening
  2. Restaurants & Bars
  3. Construction Sites
  4. Apply for Business Exemption Now
From Sunday 21 June, most businesses are allowed to operate in Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac. You can read details on this here.
 
 
 

Register for COVID-19 Screening

COVID-19 Screening Registration is Open

If you have not been COVID-19 screened but want to register for screening, please fill out this form and submit. Someone will then call you to schedule your screening.

Register for COVID-19 Screening

 

Restaurants & Bars

From Sunday, 19 July, in Grand Cayman, restaurants and bars may offer indoor and outdoor services subject to the following conditions:

  • Tables should be a minimum of 6 feet apart.
  • Persons must be seated a minimum of 3 feet apart.
  • In restrooms and waiting areas, social distancing of at least 3 feet must be maintained and customers and staff must wear masks or cloth face coverings.
  • Servers and front of house staff must wear masks or cloth face coverings while serving customers, including outdoors.
  • Customers may engage in dancing or karaoke only if they maintain a distance of three feet from every other person.
In Cayman Brac, restaurants and bars may offer indoor and outdoor services subject to the following conditions:
  • In restrooms and waiting areas, social distancing of at least 3 feet must be maintained and customers and staff must wear masks or cloth face coverings.
  • Servers and front of house staff must wear masks or cloth face coverings while serving customers, including outdoors.
  • Customers may engage in dancing or karaoke only if they maintain a distance of three feet from every other person.

In Little Cayman, restaurants and bars are not subject to specific restrictions on their operations. However, persons must wear masks or cloth face coverings indoors if they are not sitting at a table and they are unable to, or do not, maintain a distance of three feet from persons who do not reside in the same household, e.g. in restrooms and waiting areas.

Restaurants and bars must also observe the following rules:
  • All employees must wear masks/face covering.
  • Sanitization stations must be setup accordingly.
  • Mingling or physical contact with others is prohibited.
  • All employees must maintain social distancing of 3 feet from coworkers and guests.
  • One time paper menus will be used, or no contact menu display boards.
  • Shared condiments are not allowed on tables—all condiments must be single use.
  • Bus staff must wear gloves and mask when handling used dishes and tables.

Customer management

  • Customers can only be served when seated at a table.
  • Customers must use a mask/face covering at all times when not seated at their table. 
  • Mingling or physical contact with others is prohibited.

 

 

Construction Sites

Please note: construction companies will be contacted by the Department of Planning regarding obtaining an exemption independently of this form. Site owners will need to provide detailed staff lists that will be then used to contact staff for COVID-19 screening. 
 

Apply for Business Exemption Now

There is no need to apply for a business exemption in order to operate a business in the Cayman Islands. Businesses may operate provided they follow current regulations found here.