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There have now been a total of 35 cases of Coronavirus in Gibraltar, with 13 of them having fully recovered although that number could go up further.
THE number of confirmed cases in Gibraltar has risen to 26 from yesterday’s 15, with 21 being active, according to latest figures just announced by the GHA.
‘Everyone who works in our economy’ will be rewarded with a living wage during the crisis ‘to put food on the table’, said the Gibraltar Chief Minister.
All equipment to allow testing to be carried out on the Rock has now been received which will mean results will soon be processed in 24 hours.
As Gibraltar prepares for its toughest social lockdown since the war, authorities insisted that the measures were taken to ‘protect you’ from Covid-19.
No-one will be able to leave their homes unless it is for work exercise or taking their kids to the schools for day care as the 15 cases test positive.
GIBRALTAR had not felt more like an island since the frontier was shut more than 50 years ago but Coronavirus has taken fortress mentality to a new level.
A total of ten people have contracted Covid-19 in Gibraltar, many cases are thought to be by local transmission.
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THE Gibraltar Government could borrow up to 500 million pounds for Coronavirus aid if the community requires it in the coming months.
The new testing facility at the old Rooke site could have results back in six hours once it sets up on March 23, said the health minister as he opened it.
As the number of active cases of Coronavirus went up to eight on the Rock, plans to make the schools take care of children during the day were announced.
GALLERIES are next to close and culture goes online in Gibraltar after the Coronavirus pandemic grows to ten total cases in the British territory.
AMID the emergency measures being introduced here in Spain and in the UK, our Monarch has released a statement to the nation.
There are now six active Coronavirus patients in Gibraltar, but all are in good health, with a number of tests still to be received from the UK.
Gibraltar's schools will close up this Friday after dropping attendance, instead being used for children to have a place to stay while parents are at work.
THE Government of Gibraltar has convened a meeting of Parliament for an emergency budget on Friday.
Cabinet decide to stop elderly movement as frontier closes on the Rock and and local volunteer get the chance to help out in Coronavirus struggle.
Additional Gibraltar medical staff are trained to fight Coronavirus as the pandemic threatens to strike at the heart of the community.
The Director of Health has issued four indicators that mean you will need to self-isolate and call 111 on the Rock, especially if you are vulnerable.
TWO sons were separated from their father for a few hours after the Spanish police prevented him from picking them up with more chaos expected on Monday.
Only Spanish workers with contracts will be allowed to Gibraltar as Gibraltarians are also turned back at the frontier with Spain as the crisis grows.
ALL restaurants will be closed to the public from this Monday on Gibraltar Government orders to prevent the spread of Coronavirus on the Rock.
Stopping the virus before its spreads is better than waiting until it is too late, the Minister for Public Health told the Olive Press in an exclusive interview.
The Chief Minister expects 'most' of Gibraltar to get the Coronavirus but he wants to 'protect the most vulnerable', who will find it hardest to recover.