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COVID-19 FAQs: Little Cayman

Cayman Islands Government
Published: May 10 2020
Last Updated: October 8, 2020

In Little Cayman F.A.Qs

This section covers questions relating Little Cayman and regulations in place surrounding COVID-19 in the Sister Islands. These rules apply specifically to Little Cayman. Click the links below to skip to the relevant questions or scroll down to read more:

The Curfews & Shelter-In-Place

  1. What is the current Suppression Level in Little Cayman?
  2. When is the curfew in Little Cayman?
  3. What are the rules for public places in Little Cayman?
  4. Do I have to wear a mask?
  5. Can I go to the beach?
  6. Can I travel to Little Cayman?
  7. Can I travel to Grand Cayman from Little Cayman?

 

Consequences & Breaches

  1. What happens if the regulations are breached?

 

Learn More

  1. Learn more

 

What is the Current Suppression Level in Little Cayman?

Little Cayman is at a Level 2 "Minimal Suppression". 

 

 

When is the curfew in Little Cayman?

As of Tuesday, 5 May 2020, Little Cayman is under no hard curfew order and has no shelter-in-place or soft curfew regulations.

This comes as a result of testing the population for the COVID-19 virus and having found no evidence of COVID-19 in the community. This decision was made by Cabinet and enacted through Regulations under the Public Health Law.

 

 

What Are The Rules For Public Places In Little Cayman?

No more than 500 persons may gather in a public place.

 

Do I have to Wear A Mask?

In Little Cayman, any person over the age of ten years may or may not wear a mask or cloth face covering .

If you are indoors a public place and wish to wear a mask or cloth face covering, you cannot be denied entry by the owner or operator. 

A public place can be any premises to which the public have or are permitted to have access, whether on payment or otherwise.

In Little Cayman, all persons must also wear masks or cloth face coverings when providing or using the services of any taxi, ride-sharing, or similar public transport service, or while within an enclosed or semi-enclosed waiting area for the transport service.

 

 

Can I Go To The Beach In Little Cayman?

Yes.

 

Can I Travel to Little Cayman?

You may travel to Little Cayman from Grand Cayman or Cayman Brac without being tested for the COVID-19 virus provided that:

  • you have been in the Islands for at least 14 days prior to the date of travel, and
  • you are not showing any respiratory symptoms or symptoms of COVID-19.

If you wish to travel inter-island and have not been in the Islands for at least 14 days prior to the date of travel, at least 48 hours before travelling, you must: 

You will only be permitted to travel after the COVID-19 test has been declared to be negative by the Medical Officer of Health.


 

Can I Travel To Grand Cayman From Little Cayman?

You may travel to Grand Cayman from Little Cayman without being tested for the COVID-19 virus provided that:

  • you have been in the Islands for at least 14 days prior to the date of travel, and
  • you are not showing any respiratory symptoms or symptoms of COVID-19.

If you wish to travel inter-island and have not been in the Islands for at least 14 days prior to the date of travel, at least 48 hours before travelling, you must: 

You will only be permitted to travel after the COVID-19 test has been declared to be negative by the Medical Officer of Health.


 

What Happens If The Regulations Are Breached In Little Cayman?

A person who contravenes the regulations commits an offence and is liable on conviction to a fine of one thousand dollars and to imprisonment for six months.

For certain offences, a ticketing system also allows persons to choose to pay a smaller fine or appear in court and risk paying the full fine.

 

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