(CMR) Five additional community persons have tested positive for COVID-19 after being in isolation related to the George Town Primary School outbreak and the outbreak in North Side. Authorities have confirmed that in total there are 12 new positive cases to report.
As of 8a.m. on Monday, 27 September there have been 1,167 PCR tests since the last report on Friday, 24 September. Of these, there are twelve new positive tests in travelers and five in members of the community.
Three of these community members are in isolation at home with someone previously known to be positive as a result of the first recent community outbreak. They have been on the GPS tracking programme for the last couple of weeks.
The other two community members are people who have been in isolation as a result of the George Town Primary School outbreak.
There have been 106,157 COVID-19 vaccinations given in total in the Cayman Islands. Of these, 55,048 (77% of 71,106) have had at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Meanwhile 51,354 (72%) have completed the two-dose course and 31 (0%) have had a third or booster dose.