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Gibraltar’s University Students Provided with COVID-19 Adv...

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The Department of Education has written to all Gibraltar students who are studying at University abroad to provide advice and reassurance regarding COVID-19. The advice includes information for University students relating to what to do if they are diagnosed with the virus, what to do if they are travelling in…

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2020 Gibraltar Drama Festival – Reimbursement of Purch...

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As previously announced by HM Government of Gibraltar, the 2020 Gibraltar Drama Festival will take place at the John Mackintosh Hall, but with closed doors to the general public. Gibraltar Cultural Services will be reimbursing all ticket holders accordingly at the John Mackintosh Hall, from Monday 16th to Friday 20th…

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Deputy Chief Minister Comment on Commonwealth Day – 15...

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In view that yesterday Monday was Commonwealth Day, the Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia, who is the Minister with responsibility for relations with the Commonwealth, said: “This is the first Commonwealth Day with Gibraltar outside the European Union. In that context, it is perfectly logical that we should look…

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First Gibraltar COVID-19 patient receives all-clear  –...

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The first confirmed case of COVID-19 in Gibraltar has now received the all-clear. The patient tested negative in two separate tests which were carried out over two different days. The all-clear has been given by the medical authorities in Gibraltar after going through the standard procedures. There are still 63…

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COVID-19 Advice to the Elderly and Those Most At Risk –...

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  The new COVID-19 virus can cause more severe symptoms in people with a weakened immune system (such as those suffering from cancer, or are on special medication), and older people (generally over the age of 70), especially those with long term conditions like heart disease, poorly controlled diabetes, poorly…

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HMGoG Updates COVID-19 List of At-Risk Countries to Include ...

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On 11th February, the Government issued regulations under the Civil Contingencies Act to deal with the threat to Gibraltar from COVID-19. The regulations imposed a legal duty for travellers arriving in Gibraltar within two weeks of travel to an at-risk country to report to authorities on arrival.    Today, the Government…

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Excavation works on Europort Avenue

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In order to allow a contractor to carry out excavation works along Europort Avenue to lay new services as part of the new St Martin’s School, the following traffic arrangements will be put in place.  As from 9.30am on Monday 9th March 2020, and for a period not exceeding 4…

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Measures in place for schools in light of COVID-19 – 1...

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The Department of Education has circulated to all schools Public Health guidelines for educational settings in Gibraltar. These include information on groups who are vulnerable to COVID-19. Generally, this virus can cause more severe symptoms in people with a weakened immune system (such as those suffering from cancer, or are…

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Government Advises Avoiding Large Public Gatherings – ...

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The Government’s COVID-19 Co-ordinating Group has been meeting for 7 weeks now to plan, prepare and protect Gibraltar from the spread of the virus. Today, the Chief Minister chaired a meeting of this group for the second time. The Government is confident that Gibraltar is as ready as possible for…

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