Supermarkets join together in Covid-19 vaccine requirements.

| 9th August 2021 | 1 Comment
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(RCN) Local supermarkets in the Cayman Islands are coming together to protect the Cayman Islands from Covid-19. From yesterday (9th of August) All supermarkets will require new applicants to prove that they have been vaccinated against Covid-19. Work permit renewals will also only be processed for vaccinated team members.

Employees in these supermarkets who are Caymanian will not have to receive the Covid-19 vaccine, but are strongly encouraged to do so.

Speaking in a joint press release, the stores shared that the decision had been made in support of the Cayman Islands Governments border re-opening plan, and to keep their staff and customers safe.

Category: Cayman News, Politics

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John Fleming is the founder and General Manager of Real Cayman News. He started Real Cayman News in December 2020 and covered the Skylar Mack trial and the 2021 Election. He used to contribute regularly to the Daily Caller and is an independent Marketer.

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    Draconian AF

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