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Cayman implements 5-phase tourism re-start strategy: CARICOM BUSINESS

The Cayman Islands has announced a five-phase approach to reopening its tourism sector. During the first phase or ‘reduced quarantine period’, which began in June, fully vaccinated travellers are subject to a mandatory 5-day quarantine while the unvaccinated undergo 14-days isolation.

In the second phase, or “reduced reparations restrictions”, effective August 9, additional travel restrictions will be eased, including the removal of GPS monitoring. Effective September 9, the third or “limited introduction of tourism” phase, allows for a partial introduction of tourists with secure verification of vaccination status. The success of this phase is contingent on the achievement of a national 80% vaccination rate.

By the fourth phase, beginning in October, quarantine restrictions are to be removed for all fully vaccinated travellers. Unvaccinated visitors will still be required to apply for entry via Travel Cayman and quarantine upon arrival for a 14-day period. During the final phase, to begin in October, travel for unvaccinated children (under 12 years) accompanied by vaccinated adults will be allowed. Cruise tourism is slated to re-start in January 2022. (OUR)

Extract from CARICOM BUSINESS Newsletter Vol 4 No 29

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Caricom Business July 24 2021-vol-4-no-29

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