At the Cayman Islands COVID-19 press briefing that took place on Thursday 7 January. It was announced that from 14 January, all travellers aged 10 and older arriving in the Cayman Islands will need to show evidence of a negative PCR test (from an accredited laboratory) taken no more than 72 hours prior to departure in order to board their flight.

Cabinet approved this measure on Tuesday, 5 January, in light of the new highly transmissible strain of the virus.

Airlines will be checking passengers’ documentation and will deny boarding to anyone without proof of a negative test. Customs and Border Control (CBC) will also require this document.

We have created a list of test centres in the UK for PCR and Swab testing for your convenience. Please note the test must be a PCR test or a swab test. 

Control of Covid-19 (No.3) (Amendment) Regulations, 2021 are published and can be found HERE

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