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Gibraltar health director warns of flu danger to vulnerable and elderly as winter sets in

HEALTH chiefs are warning the public about the flu as the weather starts to cool down in Gibraltar, with walk-in vaccines now available from...

Gibraltar shave-off fun day ends Movember prostate cancer campaign at Casemates

GIBRALTAR crowned the month of November with its own International Men’s Day after running its own Movember and Walnut campaigns to talk about prostate...

COVID-19 cases jump to 18 in Gibraltar after two recent deaths show pandemic is not over

NEW COVID-19 cases in Gibraltar jumped from 12 to 18 in a week, with two more people dying from the disease recently. A total of...

Gibraltar offers walk-in vaccines for COVID-19 and the flu as winter sets in

GIBRALTAR residents can now walk in to the Primary Care Centre (PCC) without an appointment to get COVID-19 and seasonal flu vaccines. With the seasonal...

GP prescription cutdown will not affect essential medicine, Gibraltar health chief says

HEALTH chiefs in Gibraltar have reassured patients that nobody will go without medicine they need even if GPs are no longer offering patients prescriptions...

Gibraltar hospital expands cancer clinic with new facilities to allow people to be treated locally

SAINT Bernard’s Hospital in Gibraltar opened new ‘first class’ visiting and consultation areas to its cancer clinic to be more ‘supportive’ to patients, the...

Bring your unused medicines to us and help save cash, say Gibraltar health chiefs

HEALTH bosses in Gibraltar have kicked off a campaign to collect unused medicines from former patients to help save cash and prevent poisoning. The Gibraltar...

First ever corneal transplant in Gibraltar brings hope for the future

SURGEONS have performed an eye operation in Gibraltar that could spell the end of stressful UK journeys to fix a common medical problem.

New screening tech to help Gibraltar women detect cancer early

A NEW, more reliable screening programme at St Bernard’s hospital will hope to discover cervical cancer before it becomes serious.

Gibraltar launches flu vaccine campaign over COVID-19 fears

THE largest flu vaccination campaign in Gibraltar’s history was launched today over its possible impact with COVID-19.

Tiger mosquito is on the prowl in Gibraltar by day, warns government

GIBRALTARIANS have been warned to protect themselves from the tiger mosquito that has been on the Rock for a few years, adding to the common Culex variety.

Extension to Gibraltar Cemetery as Coronavirus deaths expected

THE confirmed caseload in Gibraltar has risen slightly to 56 from yesterday’s 55 confirmed cases while there are 42 active cases, which are in isolation.

CORONAVIRUS: Still a low number of confirmed cases in Gibraltar for now

A total of ten people have contracted Covid-19 in Gibraltar, many cases are thought to be by local transmission.

CORONAVIRUS: The four signs that you to look out for in Gibraltar

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.

CORONAVIRUS: Gibraltar father unable to collect sons from Spain

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.

BREAKING: People being STOPPED entering Spain and Gibraltar

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.

CORONAVIRUS: All Gibraltar restaurants, bars and cafes to shut from Monday

ALL restaurants will be closed to the public from this Monday on Gibraltar Government orders to prevent the spread of Coronavirus on the Rock.

CORONAVIRUS: Now is the time to take action, says Gibraltar minister

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.

BREAKING: ‘Most of us will get Coronavirus, but we will recover’, says Gibraltar Chief Minister

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.

CORONAVIRUS: Gibraltar businesses ask for help to overcome crisis

BUSINESSES in Gibraltar have asked for government aid in an exclusive Olive Press report after a Chamber of Commerce SOS message.

CORONAVIRUS: Gibraltar bars, restaurants and nightclubs to SHUT at 8pm every day

All Restaurants, Bars and Nightclubs to close early in the evening everyday from from tonight to stop the spread of Coronavirus on the Rock.

New ‘field hospital’ to open as Gibraltar gears up for Coronavirus outbreak

PLANS to use the Europa Sports facilities as a field hospital and scale down surgery have been announced by the Gibraltar Government.

Drive-through testing for Coronavirus gets go-ahead in Gibraltar

A TEMPORARY testing area will be ready 'in the next few days' at the former Rooke site where swabs can be taken from people sat in their cars.

REVEALED: Why raw sewage was polluting luxury marina in Gibraltar

Gibraltar Government sources confirmed that works to fortify the main sewer forced rotten sewage to spill into the luxury marina through storm drains.

Coronavirus in Gibraltar: ‘Legal duty’ to report danger zone visits

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.

Old public areas get new lease of life in Gibraltar town centre

The John Mackintosh Hall is now more sustainably equipped with Governor’s Parade next to get a major facelift after a long time in the shadows.





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