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Covid 19 Regulations Effective 21 September 2021

Regulations have been made by Cabinet under the Public Health Law (2002 Revision) for the prevention, control and suppression of COVID-19.

This page describes policies that are currently in effect and will be updated as they change. While some of this information is meant to assist with understanding the Regulations, the Regulations remain the authority on what persons should and should not do during this time.

Additional legislation, including Regulations that were previously in force, can be found in the Legislation Gazette Supplements. The “hard” curfew orders – which are no longer in effect on any of the Islands – were enacted under the Police Law (2017 Revision).

The latest update extending current regulations was on Tuesday, 14th September, 2021 published here. On Saturday, 18th September, the set of regulations governing boating and inter-island travel was repealed and replaced. The Prevention, Control and Suppression of Covid-19 (Travel and Boating) Regulations, 2021 will come into effect on Tuesday, 21st September, 2021. Further updates to the two other sets of regulations are expected this coming week.


Submitted by: Cayman Islands Government (CIG)