• COVID-19 Information Update - Friday 4th December - 61 Cases
  • COVID-19 Information Update - Friday 4th December - 61 Cases

    Friday 4th December 2020  

    Total tests done: 94,777 

    Test results pending: 89 

    Test results received: 94,688 

    Confirmed cases: 1,042 (+4) 

    Active cases: 61 (60: residents / 1: visitor)  

    Recovered cases: 969 (+9) 

    Self-isolation: 255 

    Positive cases in COVID-19 Ward: 7 

    Positive cases in CCU: 0 

    Positive Cases in ERS: 0 

    Deaths from COVID-19: 4 

    Deaths with COVID-19: 1 

    Total deaths: 5 

    A total of 24,111 tests have been carried out so far in the frontline,  targeted and systematic sampling. This is included in the above figures. 

    Of the 3 new resident cases in Gibraltar today, 1 were close contacts  of existing active cases.



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Feb 12 - Government Launches Makaton Course

ygtvThe Ministry for Social Services, Ministry for Health and the Ministry for Education have been working together to bring about the delivery of a beginner’s Makaton course. The Makaton language is a multimodal approach to teaching a combination of speech, signs and graphic symbols specifically designed to provide a means of communication to people who cannot communicate efficiently by speaking.

This family-friendly vocabulary course has been organised following recent representations from parents of children who attend St Martin’s School to the Minister for Equality and Social Services, Samantha Sacramento.

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Feb 12 - Local Artist’s Successful Second Exhibition

gail francis art Yesterday evening, former Miss Gibraltar 1985 Gail Francis Tiron held an extremely successful launch for her second solo exhibition Day 11: Part 2, which featured works by local artist David Formica-Corsi, Gail’s son Casey Azopardi Francis and budding young artist, 8 year old Emma Dalmedo.

Following her first exhibition Day 11, which propelled Gail into taking her artwork to a higher, more public level, she asked the Fine Arts Gallery whether they had a booking for her second exhibition. Coincidentally the gallery had an opening on the second anniversary of Day 11.

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