The RGP have said they are currently investigating a recent gathering, where more than twenty persons were present. The public are reminded that laws are in effect under the Civil Contingencies Emergency (Coronavirus) (Restrictions on Gatherings No.5) which prohibit gatherings of more than twenty people in public places or residential premises except for specific exceptions. An amendment in the law on 13th September now allows for people who do not adhere to this regulation, to be issued with a fixed penalty notice.
Together Gibraltar has said it “urges” the GSD to look out for the “greater good and not its own electoral interests”, in relationship to the ongoing Brexit negotiations.
21st September 2020
Total tests done: 42,570
Test results pending: 6
Test results received: 42,564
Confirmed cases: 350
Active cases in Gibraltar: 21 (21 residents, 0 visitors)
Recovered cases: 323
Number in self-isolation: 199
A total of 14,112 tests have been carried out so far in the frontline,
targeted and systematic sampling. This is included in the above figures.
Ocean Village has donated complementary hand sanitizers to the Gibraltar International Airport with a new dispenser stand located in arrivals.
The Royal Gibraltar Police has included Disability Equality and Customer Care Training in its current training programme for all RGP officers.
The Chief Minister, Fabian Picardo, has sent his personal condolences and those of the Government of Gibraltar to Spanish Foreign Minister Arancha Gonzalez Laya on the sudden death of Spanish diplomat Antonio Garcia Ferrer.
The Government says it is “unacceptable” that the Opposition continues to display “such a fundamental misunderstanding” of the Withdrawal Agreement.
The RGP and Hampshire Constabulary say investigations into the disappearance of a young sailor more than 30 years ago will see further searches carried out in Gibraltar.