Cayman has four new COVID-19 cases, with a total of 12 cases in total.
According to Chief Medical Officer, Dr John Lee, the four new positive tests have a travel history or a connection to travellers and their contacts are being tested. Two of the people were living in the community and were living among travellers and the other two were travellers who had isolated themselves. Two of the positive cases were connected to each other. Other than the one inconclusive case previously mentioned, there is still no confirmed case of community transmission.
To date there have been 207 people tested for COVID-19 in the Cayman Islands.
HSA now has 520 testing kits available.
More positive cases are to be expected.
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