• COVID-19 Information Update - 5th August - 6 Cases
  • COVID-19 Information Update - 5th August - 6 Cases

    5th August 

    Total tests done: 22,637 

    Test results pending: 36 

    Test results received: 22,601 

    Confirmed cases: 189 

    Active cases in Gibraltar: 6 (Residents 4, Visitors 2) 

    Non-resident active cases detected in Gibraltar: 0 

    Recovered cases: 183 

    Number in self-isolation: 60 

    A total of 9,866 tests have been carried out so far in the frontline, targeted and systematic sampling. This is included in the above figures. 

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Jul 10 - Santos Choir Rock the City Hall Ahead of European Choir Games

santos productions choir Ahead of their journey to Austria next Wednesday to compete in the European Choir Games, the Santos Productions Choir this morning attended a coffee morning, at the City Hall, during which Mayor Tony Lima wished them well in their endeavour.

His Worship highlighted the Choir’s success in recent competitions, including their first place position in last year’s ‘Canta al Mar’ choir competition in Barcelona. Touching briefly upon the history of the choir, the Mayor noted that Christian Santos set up the group in 2007, when he ‘set off on yet another musical adventure’ and started recruiting boys and girls who have slowly become young men and young women. Mayor Lima added that the choir had since then grown from strength to strength and made Gibraltar extremely proud.

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Jul 10 - Landaluce Claims Gibraltar Government is ‘Promoting Tensions Ahead of Treaty of Utrecht Commemorations’

spanish flagAs incursions by Spanish fishermen and Guardia Civil Vessels begin to creep into the press once again, an incident that occurred yesterday morning has sparked a statement from Algeciras Mayor and PP party deputy, Jose Ignacio Landaluce.

Speaking to Spanish Media outlet EFE, Sr. Landaluce insisted that this episode, which saw an intervention by the Guardia Civil, is part of an attempt by the Gibraltar Government to ‘promote tensions’ ahead of this Saturday’s 300th Anniversary commemoration of the Treaty of Utrecht signing.

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