(CMR) The Premier indicated that the grocery system was working well today and there was some reassuring feedback thus far. As a result, the alphabetical system will be expanded to include retail banks. Anyone with last names between A-K is able to do banking on Mondays and Wednesdays only. Persons whose last names begin with L-Z can bank on Tuesday and Thursday. Fridays will remain free for everyone to attend.
The police commissioner, David Brynes, indicated that they continue to have almost complete compliance but had 12 interceptions on Cayman Brac. Two persons in Grand Cayman were found to be driving whilst under the influence.
He also reported that there were seven instances last night of domestic violence which represented a brief spike. The police will continue to monitor those situations. Finally, everyone is reminded to engage in purposeful movement and not free and unobstructed movement even during the soft curfew.
Governor Martyn Roper updated the country that he has had some success with the air bridge between Cayman and the UK territories. A British Airways flight should be coming to Cayman via Bermuda early next week. The flight is designed for anyone who wishes to urgently leave for the UK and will be offered on a first come first service basis with consideration given to those who need it on a compassionate basis. It may also be used to import some much needed medical supplies from the UK.
There appears to be some change and inbound residents will be allowed but will be “forced to quarantine”. This caused a significant amount of person