Members of the private-sector tourism industry are continuing to meet with government officials to address how Cayman’s borders can safely reopen.
A series of six ‘action-planning sessions’ are under way, with the first one held on 10 Feb.
The Department of Tourism issued a press release Friday about the meetings, which are being attended by a 24-member group, and are taking place twice a month.
“At the completion of the joint meetings, the group will have established the direction and strategic approach to safely and competently reopen the tourism industry of the Cayman Islands which will be presented to Cabinet,” the release stated.
Last month, Cayman Islands Tourism Association president Marc Langevin spoke at a CITA forum about his optimism that the government was beginning to…