The Government has said it strongly recommends that anyone who intends to travel outside Gibraltar for mid-term takes extra precautions given the increase in the number of cases of COVID-19.
Officers of the Royal Gibraltar Police Money Laundering Investigation Unit (MLIU) yesterday arrested and charged 67 year old Ashok Rupani and 34 year old Avinash Rupani for offences of conspiracy to defraud and making arrangements to launder the proceeds of criminal conduct.
In the early hours of this morning, Drug Squad Officers in the area of Bayside Road observed two males attempting to force open the doors of the MUGA Bar. By the time the two males had been apprehended, they had forced open the doors and made entry.
- Record growth in cases: 31 positives in last 24 hours
- Six persons in Victoria Ward
- Three new positives are ERS residents at John Mackintosh Wing
- “Main spread” of virus is in the home and workplace
- Over 70s and immunosuppressed advised to stay at home
- Gatherings reduced from 20 to 16
- New laws effective from Friday to restrict last orders, closing times and specific measures for Chatham
The Chief Minister this afternoon announced a series of legal measures and new public health advice in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 through the community as Gibraltar registered its biggest ever day-on-day rise in cases.
The University of Gibraltar held its first open day on Tuesday.
The Committee on Citizens’ Rights which was established by an MoU as part of the architecture of Gibraltar’s departure from the European Union will meet in La Linea tomorrow.
There have been 5 new positive cases of COVID-19 identified within Government schools.
Two positive cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Westside School and one positive case of COVID-19 has been identified in each of the following schools: St Bernard’s Lower Primary; St Anne’s Upper Primary; and Bayside School.