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As of Tuesday, 25 August 2020, any person over the age of two may or may not wear a mask or face covering. It is recommended, however, to consider wearing a mask if you are in a vulnerable group or visiting with the elderly and vulnerable. Read the most up-to-date regulations here.
Walking tracks in the Cayman Islands are now open for use. The following guidance is provided to assist the safe re-opening of tracks:
All all times, social distancing (minimum 3ft between people of different households) is required.
Can I Use Walking Tracks?
Yes. There are a few rules to follow that will help keep you and other users safe:
What Rules Should I Follow At Walking Tracks?
- The number of users at any given time will be restricted to a capacity that ensures a three foot radius for each user.
- All users are to move in an anti-clockwise direction around the track.
- Only the innermost and outermost lanes are to be used.
- The innermost lane is to be used for walkers and slow joggers.
- The outermost lane is to be used for passing those on the innermost lane.
- No scooters, bikes or skateboards are allowed on the track.
- The infield of the walking track can be used for exercise in groups up to six persons for non-contact activities. Each member of the group must maintain a three feet of distance from each other and other groups.
When are walking tracks open?
Download our guidance for the latest information on opening hours for walking tracks.
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