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THE COVID-19 crisis will leave a £150 Million hole in Gibraltar coffers, up to June 2021, the Chief Minister announced in Parliament today.
GIBRALTAR now has 26 active cases while the nearby area has nearly 700 infected people from the COVID-19 pandemic that has swept the world.
A SECOND person has tested positive for COVID-19 at Westside School, putting 11 staff members and 11 students in self-isolation.
THE death of a cross-frontier worker in her 40s from COVID-19 has heightened calls for care when visiting highly infected region.
A WHOLE class at Westside School has gone into self-isolation after one of its students caught COVID-19 and contact tracers moved in.
ST John Ambulance will take COVID-19 active cases without symptoms from one place to another in the future as deal is reached.
ACTIVE cases of the COVID-19 virus have shrunk from the 50s to just under two dozen in a week as a customer care course revs up.
A YEAR 2 teacher and child from St Bernard’s Primary School have tested positive to COVID-19 leading to self-isolation and online lesssons.
THE Government has defended itself from the criticism of Opposition parties for not protecting children enough at school as they reopened.
THE number of active COVID-19 cases in Gibraltar has nearly doubled since last week, the highest figure since April 11, although none are serious.
THE Chamber of Commerce has blasted Unite the Union over claims workers are being made redundant over COVID-19 as BEAT payments are reduced.
ACTIVE cases of the coronavirus jumped by almost 50% overnight as 31 cases have now been detected in the British Territory with over 30,000 swabs done.
NEW rules on masks and guidelines for mobile testing have been set out by the authorities as COVID-19 cases went up again.
MASKS for all shoppers and catering curfews will be in force before the weekend as Gibraltar tries to stem a large growth in COVID-19 cases.
CHIEF Minister Fabian Picardo confirmed today that Phase 6 restrictions would continue 'for the moment' as mask fines were brought in.
FIVE active cases of the virus in Gibraltar are all believed to have been brought in by visitors from the UK, with the Rock staying at Phase 6 of unlocking.
FOUR COVID-19 cases are currently active on the Rock, with the Chief Minister suggesting the pandemic is 'far from over' as autumn arrives.
EVERY cloud has a silver lining and the dark times of the COVID-19 pandemic have given the elderly something they never expected, as the pictures show.
FACEMASKS will become obligatory and greeting will be done in the open air at Gibraltar Airport as part of new COVID-19 measures announced today.
THE latest group of 16 nurses to complete their courses are already at work in the health service to help in the fight against COVID-19 at every level.
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.
Total numbers of coronavirus cases jumped to five, as government went to Phase Two of 'Unlock the Rock' which will stop going out being a crime.
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.
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.
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