Government has announced changes in the requirements for self-isolation for COVID-19 close contacts. Following the advice of the Director of Public Health, the visitation procedure at St Bernard’s Hospital has also been changed in order to minimise the risk of transmission of the virus from close contacts who do not need to isolate.
HM Government of Gibraltar on the advice of the Director of Public Health and the COVID-19 Strategic Coordination Group announced the relaxation of isolation requirements for those who are identified as close contacts to positive cases of COVID-19.
A variety of top quality and international-standard facilities are now available for community use via the GSLA’s Community Use Scheme, which invites locally registered sports clubs and associations and fitness groups to book them for their activities.
Gibraltar Cultural Services on behalf of the Ministry of Culture will be hosting a dedicated bookshop for the duration of Literature Week, at the John Mackintosh Hall, from the 8th to the 13th of November 2021.
The Gibraltar Citizens Advice Bureau organised Child Inclusive Mediation training which took place on Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd September 2021. This training was funded by the Ministry for Justice.
Vanguard Cave in the Gorham’s Cave Complex World Heritage Site has lived in the shadow of its sister cave, Gorham’s Cave. The cave was first excavated in 1997 and a project was started in 2012, with the aim of determining if the cave had passages and chambers that were plugged by later sediment.
World Alzheimer's Awareness Month in September provides Elderly Residential Services the opportunity to showcase the hard work in dementia care that is carried out throughout the year through events and awareness.
The Gibraltar Health Authority’s 111 telephone line, which is used for both the COVID-19 response and the Mental Health Crisis Pathway, has now been enhanced to enable people who cannot communicate verbally to communicate with this service via a WhatsApp message.