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Isolators warned they must get official PCR exit test

Cayman News Service
Health Minister Sabrina Turner at the press briefing

(CNS): Health Minister Sabrina Turner said at Thursday’s press briefing that people who have tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus who leave isolation before getting an official PCR exit test, regardless of how long they have been in quarantine, will be prosecuted. Those who have left isolation without getting the formal test are being selfish, Turner said.

The minister said those in quarantine are not free to leave home until they have received an official negative result, and that people must follow the procedures; they cannot self-release, as that is a violation of the rules.

There have been indications that some people, frustrated by the system, had taken a lateral flow test and then gone about their business and had failed to turn up for the official exit test.

Turner said that government has a list of all those in quarantine as

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Professional Minnesota car shoppers offer tips for buying at worst possible time

Maybe you waltzed into a car dealership looking for a new car in the past year — and the dealer didn’t have any. Maybe you went online seeking out a used truck and were shocked by the price.

You aren’t alone. Shopping for a vehicle in 2022 is more expensive and difficult than most experts say they have ever seen.

“This is not going to be like the last time you bought a car when you are going to get a discount and all of these things,” said Ronald Montoya, a senior editor at automotive resource website Edmunds.com.

Due to the global microchip shortage, manufacturers have been limited during the last year in how many new cars they can produce. Since it has been hard for people to get their hands on new cars, the value of used cars also rose.

According to Edmunds, the average monthly payment for

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Customer Race Cars: Realizing A Dream

Dedicated motorsport divisions and client racing programs let drivers get a taste of life as a racer.

As automotive and motorsport enthusiasts, we all dream of the day we can get behind the wheel of a factory race car and push it to the limits on a legendary circuit. While the reality of becoming a professional racing driver is a challenging task in itself, automotive brands are making the goal of owning a factory race car more attainable by establishing dedicated motorsport divisions. These client factory race programs allow individuals the opportunity to purchase, service, and race vehicles that sport the badging of the world-renowned brands that compete in professional settings.

Manufacturers that participate in these programs include Ferrari, McLaren, Mercedes-AMG, Lamborghini, Porsche, BMW, Toyota, and Mazda, among others. Starting as a blank canvas, each chassis comes fit with identical performance and technology features that level the playing field for

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Michael Jordan gets second NASCAR win and first with an Air Jordan car

Kurt Busch wins Kansas NASCAR race.Chris Graythen/Getty Images

  • Kurt Busch picked up his first win for Michael Jordan’s 23XI Racing in Kansas.

  • Busch was debuting the Jumpan car, with a paint scheme based on the Air Jordan III.

  • After a lot of bad luck this season, co-owner Denny Hamlin was nearly brought to tears with the win.

Michael Jordan and the Jumpman logo are winners again, thanks to former NASCAR champion Kurt Busch.

Busch dominated the AdventHealth 400 race in Kansas, leading 82 laps after leading just nine laps in the first 12 races of the season. Busch passed Kyle Larson with eight to go after the defending champ, who struggled with his car all day, slid up and hit the wall for the umpteenth time in the race.

It marked Jordan’s second win as the owner of 23XI Racing and his first since Bubba Wallace’s rain-shortened win at

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