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Clubhouse Gibraltar will be holding a Tea & Talk event on Friday 9th October in celebration of World Mental Health Day at their premises at 304A Main Street from 10am to 1pm.

The Public Health COVID-19 drive-thru at Rooke will permanently relocate to the Midtown coach park this weekend due to the changing weather that is experienced in autumn and winter.

The Chief Minister Fabian Picardo and the Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia held a virtual meeting with members of the All Party Group on Gibraltar yesterday, which included Members of the House of Commons and the House of Lords with Group Chair Sir Bob Neil MP.

Gibraltar today has the highest number of resident active cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic reached us in March (62).

A positive case of COVID-19 has been identified within St Paul’s Lower Primary School.

Bayside School has been awarded the UK’s Cyber School of the Year by the National Cyber Awards.

The Chief Minister and the Deputy Chief Minister are in Madrid for another round of technical discussions on the future relationship of Gibraltar with the European Union.

All officers of the Royal Gibraltar Police are to be trained to deal with domestic abuse in the local community.

The Minister for Civil Contingencies has introduced an additional permit in relation to Wedding and Civil Partnership Receptions.

A positive case of COVID-19 has been identified within St Anne’s Upper Primary School.

National Inclusion Week falls on the week of the 28th September 2020. This is a week of celebration of diversity and aims to promote inclusion in the workplace.

The Contact Tracing team have been liaising with school staff and the Department of Education. The Contact Tracing Bureau has been in contact with relevant staff members and students and interviewed them in order to ascertain which individuals were identified as close contacts and are therefore required to self-isolate.

A total of eight drivers at the Gibraltar Bus Company have now tested positive for COVID-19. An additional twelve drivers are in self-isolation.

The Government says it continues to work to slow the growth of numbers of cases of COVID-19 in the community and will add measures to those already in place.

 Three bus drivers of the Gibraltar Bus Company have tested positive for COVID-19.

The Government roundly and unhesitatingly condemns the racist and anti-Semitic comments which have been made by some in respect of Together Gibraltar MP Marlene Hassan Nahon.

The Gibraltar Electricity Authority would like to provide the general public with an update as to the cause of today’s power outage.

Civil Contingencies Emergency Regulations make it a requirement for any person entering Gibraltar, who has been in a ‘Relevant Area’ in the 14-day period preceding entry, to report to Borders and Coastguard Agency or Gibraltar Port Agency if arriving by vessel.

The Government has today introduced an online passenger locator and ‘Relevant Area Form’, that will replace the existing manual forms.

The Contact Tracing Bureau has been in contact with relevant staff members and students and interviewed them in order to ascertain which individuals were identified as close contacts and are therefore required to self isolate.