As per the recent COVID update by the Cayman Islands government the wearing of masks by staff, faculty, students, and visitors when physically on the ICCI campus is still in effect. All persons are encouraged to practice health safety by washing of hands, using hand sanitizers, and practicing safe distancing. The Cayman Islands Government has made modifications to the timeline of Phase 3 for opening the boarders of the Cayman Islands as shown below.

The Government is pausing Phase 3 until the end of 2021.

Phase 3: Limited Introduction of Tourism September 9, 2021: This phase, subject to the achievement of 80 percent on-island vaccination rate, will allow for a limited introduction of tourists with secure verification of vaccination status. Cruise travel will not be permitted during this phase. All travelers will continue to apply for entry via the Travel Cayman Portal.

  • The quarantine period for vaccinated incoming travelers will be increased from five days to seven days. The entry of unvaccinated individuals will be limited. The quarantine period will remain at 14 days for all passengers who have not received 2 verifiable vaccines.
  • Geo-tagging will be reimplemented for all those in quarantine.
  • Reintroduction of COVID-19 suppression measures, including mask wearing mandates and safe distancing in public places.
  • The number of people allowed to gather indoors is likely to be reduced to 100 and those gathering outdoors to 250.
  • Further security measures will be put in place for those travelling to the Sister Islands.
  • As of 5pm yesterday, a total of seven community transmission cases had been confirmed.
  • Booster shots, which are now approved for those over 50 by the UK, have been ordered and are expected to arrive in short order.

From the Office of the President of ICCI
Upon the recent developments of community transmission of the COVID virus, ICCI will continue to put into practice safety measures that help reduce the transmission of viruses.  Being proactive helps ensure that the College is taking the necessary steps to protect the staff, faculty, students, and public at large.

ICCI will be following the recommendations of the Cayman Islands Government’s (CIG) as per the 5 reopening phases as shown at, as well as the recommendations by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) that all persons continue to practice social distancing, frequent washing of hands, and wearing masks that cover the nose and mouth.

When staff are alone in their office with doors closed, they are not required to wear their mask.  However, in the presence of other staff members, faculty, students, and visitors, staff must wear their mask.  During the hours when on-campus classes are being conducted, staff, faculty, students, and visitors must wear masks.  Adhering to the safety distancing as well as frequent washing of hands, and using hand sanitizers as provided in each classroom.  ICCI will properly clean all workstations prior to the start of each new day.  Because classes are conducted back to back, students are encouraged to take extra precautions by bringing sanitized wipes with them to clean their workstations before and upon leaving.

These measures are subject to change as the CIG moves toward opening the boundaries of the Cayman Islands for travel.

With kindest regards,
Dr. Byron Coon
President, ICCI

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