COVID-19 Update

Effective 1 March 2023

Effective 1 March 2023

There are no COVID-19 restrictions for anyone travelling to or within the Cayman Islands.

There are also no government requirements to wear a mask in most public places. However, owners or operators of establishments such as health care facilities, residential home care facilities, prisons, or places of detention may require any person visiting their establishment to wear a face covering or mask prior to entry.

  • Confirmation PCR testing for positives will no longer be required and COVID testing centres will cease operations on all three islands.
  • LFT positive online reporting will also no longer be required.
COVID-19 Advice

COVID-19 Advice

The Cayman Islands Government continues to recommend that cases and primary contacts of cases of COVID-19 follow the existing advice on isolation and testing:

  • Vaccinated and unvaccinated COVID-19 positive persons will isolate for 6 days and leave isolation on day 7 as long as they have no symptoms.
  • Vaccinated and unvaccinated contacts – persons who are primary contacts of COVID-19 positive persons must conduct daily lateral flow testing for 6 days, but may continue usual activities.

Note: The day of the original positive LFT test is considered Day 0.

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