At least 233 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed, including one death. See the Cayman Islands government COVID-19 website.
Status: Limited activity
17 October: Imported cases continue to be identified. In total 233 cases have been confirmed. There are 20 active cases in the country, 19 of whom are in isolation at home or in government quarantine and one person is in intensive care.
4 August: Sporadic cases have been reported in the last couple of months. A total of 203 cases have been confirmed, of which one person died and the remainder have recovered. The Cayman Islands has moved into the ‘Limited Activity’ category reporting a minimal number of new cases per day (sporadic or small clusters). The tourism sector is planning to reopen in September.
3 June: More cases have been reported, resulting in a total of 151 cases.
15 May: Cases have gradually increased, bringing the total to 93, of which 54 have recovered.
19 April: A total of 61 cases have been reported. Local community transmission and clusters have been detected. Of these one person has died and seven have recovered. Shopping for essential supplies has been separated by last name, with A-K surnames allowed on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and L-Z allowed on Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturday.
3 April: Further cases reported, for a total of 29 cases and one death. Local transmission has been detected, and there are clusters of cases in the community. One person has recovered.