Mandatory COVID-19 Quarantine Period to be Reduced from 14 Days to 10 Days

Cayman Islands 11 March 2021
Cayman Islands Department of Tourism
Starting on 22 March, the Cayman Islands will reduce mandatory quarantine period for in-bound travelers to 10 days for those who have completed a valid vaccination program at least two weeks prior to traveling to the Cayman Islands.
The reduced quarantine period will only apply where all persons in their quarantine group have also been vaccinated.
Other requirements include:
  • Proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to departure, as well as a negative PCR test upon arrival in Cayman
  • All persons within a quarantine group to have received a full course of the vaccination
  • To be released from quarantine, the travel must receive a negative PCR test
  • Until children are eligible for the vaccine, adults traveling with children will have to continue to quarantine for 14 days
Persons convicted of providing a false vaccination certificate, will be liable upon conviction to a fine of $10,000 and up to two years imprisonment.
Speaking at this morning’s press briefing, Premier Alden McLaughlin shared that in order to safely reopen borders and further reduce quarantine protocols, between 70 and 80 percent of all Caymanian residents will need to be fully vaccinated.
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