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CORPORATE tax will be increased to 12.5% in Gibraltar following a ‘revenue wrecking’ pandemic. In July’s 2021 Budget speech, Chief Minister Fabian Picardo announced a...
THE social lockdown in Gibraltar will continue for another week, the Chief Minister has confirmed in Parliament today.
Any Gibraltar health card holder over 16-years-old who wants to be tested for COVID-19 can now do so for free, to normally be processed in 12 hours.
Businesses and workers will benefit from a raft of new measures to help them in the economic fallout caused by COVID-19 including rents and rates cuts.
THE Government of Gibraltar as announced that flight restrictions will be eased as from June 21 to allow Brits to fly to Gibraltar and then onto Spain.
THE Government has announced that their contact tracing app for COVID-19 is now available for the public to use as active cases remains at zero.
Phase four kicks off Gibraltar's bathing season, contact tracing and antibody testing to the whole population while active cases decrease to two.
Locals will now be able to cross the border to Spain as long as they can prove that they are active residents of the Rock but must respect restrictions.
There are now 11 active cases of COVID-19 on the Rock and over 9030 tests have been done on its population. Vehicle arrivals into the rock is down by 63% compared to last year.
Restaurants and cafes opened for the first time in two and a half months as buses started to work today as the lockdown continued to be released.
With the number of active COVID-19 cases rising to 11, the Gibraltar Parliament met today for the first time since March 20.
There are not enough fully-trained lifeguards to start taking care of the beaches, said the Chief Minister after a few sea rescues in recent days.
There are now five active cases of COVID-19 on the Rock, two which are cross frontier workers as 300 people were dispersed after drinking at Little Bay.
Sir David Steel, Vice Admiral and Second Sea Lord, will be Gibraltar's new Governor from June after being today confirmed to be taking the post.
ALMOST 5,000 swab tests have been carried out on front-line workers and people with COVID-19 symptoms on the Rock as the Nightingale Facility closes.
A phased plan to 'Unlock the Rock' from the COVID-19 lockdown which has seen 147 confirmed cases in the territory was unveiled today by the Chief Minister.
Active cases fell back down to three today on the Rock, as 3,962 people have been swab tested, amounting to 12.4% of the total population.
The number of active cases remains at a standstill at 11, with 133 people who have recovered since the virus first appeared on the Rock.
LOCALS will be able to head to shops on main-street this Saturday for the first time in Gibraltar since the general lock-down that started on March 22.
A rise of three active cases has been reported by authorities, taking the total of active cases of the Coronavirus up to five in Gibraltar.
As active COVID-19 cases remains unchanged, the government will be allowing the elderly to leave their homes soon to take a walk as long as they stay safe.
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.
GIBRALTAR’S active COVID-19 cases are now the lowest they have been since March 26, with recoveries rising daily and plans to test all frontline workers.
Gibraltar now has 131 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Gibraltar, 26 of which are active while an outbreak has occurred at the Children's Health Centre.
No rise in active COVID-19 cases for three days as beaches empty in Gibraltar’s ‘quietest’ Easter weekend to date
The number of recovered cases in Gibraltar continues to rise as those active stayed at 39 for three days and no breach of rules over weekend
In light of Gibraltar COVID-19 recovery numbers rising, Acting Governor Nick Pyle urges strength during difficult times in his first ever public speech.
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