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GIBRALTAR is hoping to get 35,000 doses of the Pfizer-Biotech COVID-19 vaccine ‘as soon as possible’, its government has confirmed.
A WOMAN between 90 and 95-years-old is the first person to die from the pandemic on the Rock, the government reported.
THE amount of elderly people infected with COVID-19 is now 14 at the John Mackintosh Home, with a visitor believed to be to blame.
THE number of active COVID-19 cases on the Rock is now 19, after rising to 21 on the weekend as health services slowly return to normal on the Rock.
THE Rock will go into Phase Six of the freeing of lockdown restrictions on July 15 with the one active COVID-19 case being that of a visitor to Gibraltar.
Doctors will be available for limited face-to-face appointments from July 20, as services return to normal, according to the Gibraltar Health Authority.
The Chief Minister of Gibraltar announced on social media that the number of active COVID-19 cases on the Rock has finally reached zero in phase four.
Gibraltar is hopeful for tourism in the future as COVID-19 wrecks havoc on the industry worldwide. There are now 20 active cases in the territory.
The Gibraltar Government has been developing a contact tracing app with big technology companies like Apple and Google, to be made public in mid-June.
The amount of people going to the beach has increased with people staying longer than the 30 minutes limit as parents started taking children there.
THE elected leader of Gibraltar spoke of 'staring into the abyss' at the possible death of a tenth of the population as the reality of COVID-19 sunk in.
STUDENTS on the Rock will soon be allowed to see their friends while keeping to social distancing rules as schools open for some of them new plans.
PEOPLE have been reminded that sunbathing is not allowed as more people took to the beaches to escape the hot weather with active cases at eight.
A gradual opening of schools will take place in Gibraltar after the pandemic forced them to close down for the last month, as the elderly are set free.
GIBRALTAR now has only four active cases of COVID-19 after 129 people have recovered in the peninsula as the first BEAT COVID payments are cashed out.
THE number of active COVID-19 cases has gone down to just five with none in hospital as the elderly prepare to get their daily hour of exercise.
Locals will be able to breathe fresher air now that COVID-19 has dramatically reduced the amount of traffic and industrial pollution in the territory.
A new COVID-19 test, which gives result in five minutes instead of eight to 12 hours will be delivered to the territory, helped by a Gibraltarian doctor.
Additional Gibraltar medical staff are trained to fight Coronavirus as the pandemic threatens to strike at the heart of the community.
Travellers from from coronavirus rife areas will have a ‘legal duty’ to report to the health authorities despite risk of infection in Gibraltar being low.