The Department of Education has circulated to all schools Public Health guidelines for educational settings in Gibraltar.
Minster for Equality, Samantha Sacramento MP has today addressed year 13 students from Westside and Bayside School and the Gibraltar College at Westside School, to mark International Woman’s Day.
Today, the Chief Minister chaired a meeting of the COVID-19 Co-ordinating Group group for the second time. The Government says it is confident that Gibraltar is as ready as possible for the impact of the virus.
The Gibraltar Tourist Board held a successful road show in Edinburgh, Scotland on 3rd March.
The Gibraltar Regulatory Authority as the Information Commissioner, took part in the annual Global Privacy Enforcement Network Sweep (the “GPEN Sweep”), which this year considered how organisations in various jurisdictions handle and respond to personal data breaches.
The Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia has told the Secretary General of the Commonwealth, Baroness Patricia Scotland, that Gibraltar is committed to the values of the Commonwealth and aims to develop further existing bonds with the organisation.
Earlier today, the GHA confirmed that a person in Gibraltar has been identified as having the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19. This person and their partner (who has had no symptoms) are a young couple.
The Government has said it is continuing to follow the best advice of Public Health professionals to prevent and lessen the spread of infections.
Minster for Justice and Equality, Samantha Sacramento, commenced a consultation process on relationship breakdown following public concerns of parental alienation in some cases.
The GSLA and JDC have entered into a 6-year agreement that will see Gibraltar host the Junior European Championships and an event bearing the name of and endorsed by World No.1 Michael van Gerwen annually whilst hosting the Junior World Championships on alternate years during this period.
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.
The Gibraltar Regulatory Authority has issued a public consultation on Mobile Infrastructure Sharing in Gibraltar.
The Government’s Coronavirus Co-ordinating Group continues to take active measures to prepare for and protect Gibraltar from the spread of the virus.
The Ministry of Business, Tourism and Transport has announced as part of Sustainable Traffic, Transport and Parking Plan (STTPP) that as from Thursday 27 February 2020, three new Pay & Display parking zones will become operational on Harbour Views Road and Europort Roundabout.
A number of Officers from the Gibraltar Fire and Rescue Service recently completed a one week High Rise Incident Command Course at the Fire Service College (FSC) in Moreton-In- Marsh, Gloucestershire, UK.
An initiative that encourages young people to take social responsibility, look after their environment and give back to their community has received funding from the Guardian Angel Foundation.
‘Gibraltar For Yes’ continues its campaign this week with two events which, it says, will aim to rally support for a ‘Yes’ vote in the upcoming Referendum as well as challenge the rising tide of misinformation circulating in the public arena.