The Gibraltar Parliament will meet tomorrow for the first time in over two months. Meetings were suspended as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Government has decided to hold a COVID information briefing every Monday at 11am on the subject of the pandemic.
The Calendar Club Team, comprised of James Noguera, Andrew Yeats, Jamie Robba and Daniel Benitez, will be undertaking a challenge in aid of Calpe House. Each member must run, on a daily basis, the amount of kilometres which correlate with the given day of the month.
The GHA has said it will close the Critical Care Unit 2 (CCU2).
27th May 2020
Total tests done: 6859
Test results pending: 355
Test results received: 6504
Confirmed cases: 157
Active cases: 10 (3: Gib-residents / 7: cross-frontier workers)
Recovered cases: 147
Number in self-isolation: 36
A total of 3066 tests have been carried out so far in the frontline, targeted and systematic sampling. This is included in the above figures.
Kenneth Navas Barristers & Solicitors, together with clients and friends of the Firm, are doing a sponsored exercise challenge to raise money for Cancer Relief Gibraltar.
The Government says it is “concerned” at what is describes as a “throw-away line” in an interview this morning on Cadena Ser by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, the European Union and Cooperation, Ms Gonzalez Laya, in which she referred to ‘agreeing a new status for Gibraltar between Spain and the United Kingdom’.
The Ministry of Business, Tourism and Transport has announced that, as part of the Sustainable Traffic, Transport and Parking Plan that, as from Monday 8 June, a new Pay & Display parking zone at Coaling Island will become operational.
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