Quarantine breach case goes to Cayman Islands’ DPP

Cayman Islands Police issued a file on a quarantine breach to their Director of Public Prosecution to determine if a prosecution will go ahead.

Following contact tracing, six people, including the traveller, who has been named as Skylar Mack, are currently in mandatory quarantine, public health officials said in a press release issued Wednesday.

Mack, who had recently arrived in Cayman and was subject to quarantine-in-residence regulations, was spotted last weekend at a jet-ski race in South Sound, in which her boyfriend, pro rider <strong>Vanjae 'VJ' Ramgeet</strong>, was taking part. Mack was detained by police under the Public Health Law and later relocated to a government facility, at her expense.

Mack, who had recently arrived in Cayman and was subject to quarantine-in-residence regulations, was spotted last weekend at a jet-ski race in South Sound, in which her boyfriend, pro rider Vanjae ‘VJ’ Ramgeet, was taking part. Mack was detained by police under the Public Health Law and later relocated to a government facility, at her expense.

Public Health confirmed they carried out “all primary contact tracing protocols” and had ordered five other people to go into mandatory quarantine. READ THE REST OF THE STORY here

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