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RESIDENTS of Gibraltar could be able to get a check-up with their regular GP very soon as the health department started to return to normality.
THERE are now no longer any limits on the amount of people that can get together in Gibraltar for the first time since the pandemic started.
BUSINESSES got the reprieve they were asking for when the government decided to continue offering rental discounts until the end of May.
GIBRALTAR'S business watchdog is warning wannabe local holiday-makers of how COVID-19 and Brexit could affect their plans this summer.
THE Chamber of Commerce has disagreed with the government’s decision to stop BEAT COVID rental discounts for businesses early..
PUBLIC health chiefs have allowed further easing of restrictions to go ahead as Gibraltar reported no active COVID-19 cases among residents.
FLIGHTS from Gibraltar to London City Airport will begin on June 25 taking passengers and cargo to the heart of the UK capital.
Gibraltar is getting ready to host more UK tourists than ever before when the ban on travelling abroad is lifted on May 17.
GIBRALTAR is becoming one of the first places in the world to get back to normal with the restart of public events with vaccinated fans.
THE British and Spanish mutations of COVID-19 were both equally to blame for the last wave of the pandemic, latest data revealed.
ART will be leading the comeback of culture against COVID-19 in a new exhibition being held at the John Mackintosh Hall in May.
The COVID-19 curfew will end from March 25 and masks will not have to be be worn in the town centre from 11.59pm on March 27.
THE majority of COVID-19 cases present in Gibraltar during the last wave of the pandemic were from the strain first found in Spain.
THE curfew in Gibraltar will be relaxed on Sunday and lifted completely on March 25, its government announced today.
A HEADTEACHER has revealed the joy after school restarted in Gibraltar last week while active COVID-19 cases remained low.
NEARLY 13,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine have today arrived on the Rock, paving the way for the restart of group activities.
MASKS will not have to be worn outside Gibraltar’s town centre after very few new active cases were reported this week.
COVID-19 active cases in Gibraltar have gone down to just 49 today after the success of the Pfizer vaccine rollout.
THE elderly will be free from lockdown from Monday onwards but the curfew is set to continue until mid-March.
COVID-19 cases have fallen to more acceptable levels ten days after the social lockdown ended and life started to return to normal.
THE curfew and elderly COVID-19 lockdown will continue for another week, the Chief Minister confirmed in Parliament today.
LA Linea has managed to halve its active COVID-19 cases this week after parents decided to stop sending their children to school.
COVID-19 claimed another life yesterday as the number of cases continued to fall in Gibraltar and vaccination continued.
A-LEVEL and college students will now have priority access to the Pfizer vaccines that arrived in Gibraltar on the weekend.
THE long-awaited end of the lockdown on February 1 will not apply to the elderly, the government has announced.
SCHOOLS in Gibraltar will not open on February 1 as originally planned but three weeks later instead, the government announced.