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13:12

Gibraltar

Vaccine campaign in full swing in Gibraltar as Covid-19 deaths rise

Debbie Bartlett

...hours ago, 21 of our fellow Gibraltarians have died of complications relating to Covid-19. Gibraltar has not experienced such loss of life in such a short time since the 1951 explosion of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary ammunition ship, the Bedenham," he said. ... Unfortunately, the situation has continued to worsen, and by Wednesday 53 people had lost their lives, although the number of infections has gradually been reducing since Gibraltar went into lockdown again on 2 January. Picardo also said that the vaccine ... staff, over-65s and the clinically vulnerable, and nursing students from Gibraltar university have been fully trained to assist the Health Authority by administering the vaccine. Despite the lockdown restrictions, some people are still failing to wear

14:07

Gibraltar

"Even if there is No Deal between UK and EU, travel to and from Gibraltar doesn’t change"

Debbie Bartlett

This is one of the quietest festive seasons ever in Gibraltar, with all the traditional events cancelled or moved online in a year in which coronavirus has left practically nowhere unscathed. However, Tourism Minister Vijay Daryanani is feeling ... positive. What types of people normally come to Gibraltar on holiday, rather than just for a day trip? Most of our tourists are from the UK, because that is where we have air links, and they stay for three or four nights. Our ‘typical’ visitors used to ... be people aged 55 plus, but since the Covid pandemic younger people have been coming, often with families. I think that will remain the case once the pandemic is over and more people realise what a lot Gibraltar has to offer. The pandemic must have

19:25

Gibraltar

Gibraltar starts Covid-19 vaccination campaign

Debbie Bartlett

There was a huge sense of anticipation on Saturday evening when the first 5,850 doses of the Pfizer BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine were delivered to the Rock by an RAF plane. The vaccination campaign began early on Sunday, with frontline workers and resid

14:30

Gibraltar

Homeless protest sparks scare at the Convent

Debbie Bartlett

Security is being reviewed at the Convent, the official residence of the Governor of Gibraltar, after a man climbed onto the roof to protest about homelessness on Wednesday afternoon. He was holding up a sign saying 'Shelterwise - helping the

14:29

Gibraltar

Gib police officer celebrates raising over £7,000 climbing steps

Ash Bolton

A Royal Gibraltar Police officer swapped his polished boots for climbing shoes to complete a gruelling challenge in December. Tony Gaul went up the Rock's Med Steps 24 times over two days - climbing over 10,000 metres and 76km in the process. ... Honours list in 2012, explained that half of the money will go towards a young police officer (Gibraltar Defence Police) called Wesley Warwick, who had a serious stroke last year and who will now need a variety of equipment to become self-sufficient. ... life-changing seizures when she was first born. Tony, who went into the army at 15 before joining the Royal Gibraltar Police in 2016, was joined on his first and last climb by Wayne, the father of Wesley Warwick. Donations can still be made by visiting

14:28

Gibraltar

A message of hope for 2021 in New Year message

Debbie Bartlett

This time last year, Brexit was the only challenge the Gibraltar government was expecting to have to deal with, said chief minister, Fabian Picardo, in his televised New Year Message on Monday evening, but the Covid-19 pandemic meant that "our ... which is by no means over in Gibraltar even though the transition period has now ended. This week the first ferries arrived from Algeciras carrying goods of animal origin from the UK, which due to Brexit can no longer be transported across the land ... border. This cumbersome situation is just one of those the Gibraltar government is trying to avoid as it negotiates its own future relationship with the European Union. The chief minister said he is "very happy" that they have been able to reach the

11:58

Gibraltar

Gibraltar mourns more Covid-19 deaths as it goes into lockdown for the second time

Debbie Bartlett

With ever-increasing numbers of positive Covid-19 cases, Gibraltar went into lockdown for the second time on Saturday night for an initial period of two weeks. Making the announcement that same afternoon, chief minister Fabian Picardo said the ... than it could be controlled. Lockdown People in Gibraltar are now not permitted to leave their homes except for certain essential purposes, including exercise for a short period. All non-essential shops have closed and supermarkets have to close ... at 9pm. Nobody is permitted to cross the border into Spain unless for work, medical reasons or because they have a home or second home there, and entry to Gibraltar across the border is only allowed for essential work or to catch a flight.

10:57

National

More than half of those called for mass coronavirus screening in La Línea do not show up

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

...de la Concepción, Algeciras, Los Barrios, Castellar de la Frontera, Jimena de la Frontera, San Martín del Tesorillo, San Roque and Tarifa. All these municipalities are part of the Campo de Gibraltar area and higher incidence rates per 100,000 ... proliferation of cases linked to the new variant of Covid-19 that has now been detected in Gibraltar too.

18:28

Gibraltar

Steady rise in Covid-19 cases to the highest number ever in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The number of active coronavirus cases in Gibraltar has risen to a record level in recent days, reaching a total of 88 on Thursday, an increase of ten cases in 24 hours. The numbers may still be low, even for a population of around 34,000, but a few ... weeks ago there were no cases at all for several days and people began to hope that the crisis was over. Many of those who have tested positive in Gibraltar have been asymptomatic, and there have been no deaths since the pandemic started. The ... health authorities on the Rock have one of the highest ratios of testing per population, with 55,677 tests having been carried out so far. This accounts to some extent to the rise in active cases, but it also seems to be the case that Gibraltar, like many

11:35

Gibraltar

Gibraltar, still sparkling

Debbie Bartlett

Yes, there is a global pandemic and yes, there is still uncertainty over Brexit but somehow Gibraltar never loses its sparkle, atmosphere and feeling of good cheer. Despite the Covid-19 restrictions Christmas here is an experience like no other so ... shopping. Gibraltar town centre should really be nicknamed Aladdin’s Cave because it is an absolute treasure trove of lovely things you won’t find elsewhere. Main Street has a great festive atmosphere as you look for that special present, but don’t forget to ... check out the narrow historic streets nearby, with a surprising array of interesting shops and some very good cafés, bars and restaurants. It’s worth bearing in mind that VAT-free Gibraltar is an excellent place to snap up a bargain. You can pay in