Quarantine After Travel
The following is required:
- 7 days quarantine for securely verified vaccinated travellers
- 10 days quarantine for unverified vaccinated travellers
- 14 days quarantine for unvaccinated travellers
Isolation & Other Quarantine
Anyone who is advised to isolate by Public Health must do so. Anyone who believes they may have come in contact with someone who has COVID-19 should isolate at home for 14 days. Anyone who shows symptoms of COVID-19 should isolate at home for 14 days. Symptoms include coughing, fever, tiredness, breathing difficulties, and loss of smell and taste.
If you are required to isolate at home, everyone in the household is also required to isolate with you, even if they do not show symptoms of COVID-19. Isolation means no member of the household is allowed to leave the home unless it is an emergency.
Those who display symptoms of COVID-19 - including coughing, fever, tiredness, breathing difficulties, and loss of smell and taste - are also required to seek medical advice by contacting their General Practitioner or the 24-hour Flu Hotline on 1-800-534-8600 or 925-6327 (Flow) or 947-3077 (Digicel).
Email Flu Team
Members of the household should limit their contact and maintain a distance of at least six feet from the individual who is suspected of having COVID-19.
As of Thursday, 15 July, 2021, you cannot remove or pass, or permit the removal or passing of, any item from quarantine or isolation
You are not required to pay for quarantine in a Government facility if you provide evidence that the person travelling is:
- a returning student;
- travelling for the purposes of government business;
- is travelling to represent the Islands in a sporting event as part of a national team
- travelling with a medical certificate signed by a medical practitioner that the person travelled from Grand Cayman to Cayman Brac
or Little Cayman in order to obtain medical services
- a parent, guardian or caregiver who provides evidence that
the person travelled from Grand Cayman to Cayman Brac or Little
Cayman for the purposes of taking the person’s child, or a child in the
person’s care to —
(i) an educational institution; or
(ii) represent the Islands in a sporting event as part of a national team
- somebody who has responsibility to take a child or an adult to obtain medical services