Cayman: National Attractions closed to the public indefinitely
Created : 21 March 2020
The Cayman Islands Tourism Attraction Board (TAB) is announcing the temporary closure of its attractions.
The closure will begin on Monday 23rd March.
The closure is in strict adherence to the guidelines published in the Public Health (Control and Suppression of Covid-19) (Amendment) Regulations, 2020 on Friday (20th March).
“The Board has been monitoring the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely and in response to the latest announcements by Government officials, made the decision to close the attractions indefinitely,” said Patrick Thompson, TAB Director.
The TAB is responsible for managing the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park; the National Historic Site, Pedro St. James; the Cayman Craft Market and the Hell Geological Site.
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