The Director of Public Health and the ERS / GHA Management team have made the decision to reduce visits to ERS premises in order to 'safeguard residents in the light of the high incidence of COVID-19 cases in Gibraltar.'
The Department of Education has released a statement strongly recommending that children in secondary schools should wear masks while in school, including in classrooms as well as corridors and common areas.
As a result of a number of COVID-19 cases at HMP, the Prison Superintendent, in consultation with his senior management team and with a view to stem the current spread of COVID-19 both internally and to those visitors accessing HMP Windmill Hill, has taken the difficult decision to temporarily cease visits until the 17/1/22.
The GHA has confirmed that it has been able to resolve the clinical issues that had arisen in respect of the gynaecology service. The issues are now being 'managed in a manner that has enabled short term extensions to be granted to the clinicians in question.'
Gibraltar Cultural Services and the Ministry of Culture regret to announce the postponement of the Gibraltar Philharmonic Society New Year’s Concert, that was due to have been held on Tuesday 4th January in the John Mackintosh Hall.
As cases of the Omicron variant continue to soar in the United Kingdom, HM Government of Gibraltar, on the advice of the Director of Public Health, requires all air arrivals from a non-Red List country to take a lateral flow test on the day of arrival.
Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar has said it is pleased to announce that following an agreement with Plug-N-Go (Gibraltar) Ltd, Midtown Carpark will have available for use, five electric vehicle chargers.