The Cayman Islands first announced that it will reopen its borders for tourism by September 1st. But since the rise of the coronavirus in other countries, Cayman Islands will keep its borders closed until October 1, 2020. Tourism will resume in the safest way possible for both locals and tourists.
Which Countries Can Travel To Cayman Islands?
While no specific country restrictions were announced, Government officials in the Cayman Islands said there will be no cap on the number of visitors allowed on the island at any one time, saying the there are several factors to consider, including “the number of people who leave on repatriation flights.”
Cayman Islands Reopening Entry Requirements
- All arriving passengers should present a negative COVID-19 test no older than 72 hours before arrival.
- Passengers should self-quarantine for five days and present a second negative test.
- All travelers should wear a health monitoring device for continuous screening while in the Cayman Islands.
Health Protocols and Safety Measures
Firstly, travelers should wear face masks in all public indoor and outdoor places including public transport. Secondly, social-distancing safety measures should also be observed.
What’s Open in Cayman Islands?
All establishments across the Cayman Islands is set to reopen providing that they meet the necessary safety requirements. Here’s what tourists should expect:
- Hotels and accommodations
- Bars and Restaurants
- Public Transport
- Shops are also reopening
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