Public Health

Public Health Administration 345-244-2889 or 244-2621

If you have flu symptoms contact the 24 hour Flu Hotline 1-800-534-8600, 345-947-3077 or email

Sister Islands Flu Hotline - 1-800-534-2243

Effective 24 August 2022, persons who have tested positive for COVID-19 (vaccinated and unvaccinated) and completed the required isolation period of six days, may leave isolation on day 7 and are no longer required to undergo exit testing.   

Persons who test positive for COVID-19 by lateral flow test must still report their positive result and complete a confirmation PCR test at an HSA COVID testing centre (see below).  To report a positive LFT result, visit

Isolation requirements:

  • Vaccinated & Unvaccinated COVID-19 positive persons will isolate for 6 days and leave isolation on day 7 as long as you have no symptoms
  • Vaccinated & Unvaccinated Contacts - Persons who are primary contacts of COVID-19 positive persons must conduct daily lateral flow testing for 6 days, but may continue usual activities
  • As a reminder, the day you test positive, is considered Day 0.

HSA COVID Testing Centres

  • Truman Bodden Sports Complex (Drive-Through) –  Monday, Wednesday, Friday only 8am – 11am.
  • Cayman Brac – Public Health Clinic, Faith Hospital – Monday – Friday 9am – 10am (closed weekends & public holidays)
  • Little Cayman Clinic - Monday – Friday 1pm – 2pm by appointment only (closed weekends & public holidays)


Request an isolation/quarantine letter: Isolation letters/forms are no longer required from Public Health to be released from isolation. Isolation letters can only provided to persons who report a positive and have a confirmation PCR test conducted with Public Health. If you need to request a letter please use the form here.

Report COVID-19 Autumn Booster side effects

If you, a family member or a patient has experienced any side effects or adverse reactions following the COVID-19 Autumn Booster, please complete this form.

The data collected in the online form is anonymous, so if you require further medical care please contact your general practitioner or local health care facility.

Report a Positive COVID-19 LFT result here 

Additional resources:

  • Reading your PCR Result (definition of results)
    • INCONCLUSIVE – multiple tests performed on the sample and is not showing positive nor negative, making the result ‘inconclusive’. Please send your result to Flu Hotline ( to seek advice on your status from Public Health.
    • REPREP - the sample has been processed and has been designated for reprocessing in the lab. Persons do not need to take another PCR test. The result will be slightly delayed past the expected timeframe since it must be processed again. No action required until the person receives the PCR final result (ie: negative, positive, inconclusive).

Click here for Public Health Alerts & Updates

For the latest COVID-19 vaccination schedule, click here.

For comprehensive information on Coronavirus Preparedness, visit

On the right side of this page (under About) you can find more information on specific Public Health programmes, outbreaks, etc.

About Public Health:

Through five satellite health centres – one for each district in Grand Cayman – the Community Health Services provides primary care across the island. This supports the Cayman Islands Health Service Authority’s firm belief that every member of the community is entitled to the highest possible standard of health care through a community-based health system.

Services provided through the district health centres include general practice, immunisations, maternal and child health care, health education and support of disabled patients in their homes. Home visiting services are also provided.

Public Health programmes include:
•    Health advice and vaccines for international travellers;
•    School Health including primary care, health assessments, vision and hearing tests etc.
•    Nutrition and dietary counselling clinics;
•    Child health including growth and development monitoring;
•    Communicable disease screening;
•    Disease control programmes, including surveillance, immunization (adults and children); and
•    Special programmes relating to Genetics and Sexual health.

Public Health Nursing Clinic (childhood vaccinations) - 345-244-2648