The Government has today started to deliver printed copies of the Unlock the Rock plan to Gibraltar’s elderly residents in Albert Risso House, Bishop Canilla House, Charles Bruzon House and Seamaster Lodge.
Gibraltar’s cultural galleries and the John Mackintosh Hall will reopen as from Tuesday 26th May.
The Gibraltar National Museum says their first Virtual Open Day was a success.
Gibraltar Cultural Services (GCS) and GAMPA (the Gibraltar Academy of Music and Performing Arts) are considering arranging a number of activities for primary school children in years 3, 4 and 5 who will not be able to attend school until September. This therefore would not include children in years 2 and 6 nor children who are able to attend school because parents are working and have no alternative child care available.
Together Gibraltar has urged the Government to bring forward the date for the commencement of the Bathing Season given the “extraordinary circumstances.” The party says the loosening of the lockdown restrictions has given rise to an increase in the number of people attending our beaches and it would be prudent to ensure that lifeguards are present for public safety purposes.
Parliament meets for the first time since March on 28 May and the GSD says it has tabled a number of questions on diverse fields in connection with the public health emergency and the economic management of the crisis as well as other important non-COVID questions.
The Royal Gibraltar Police arrested three people overnight on suspicion of driving whilst being over the prescribed limit of alcohol.
Below follows the daily COVID-19 Government statistics: