• 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 11 - Mediterranea 16 Contest Deadline Extended

linaresThe Ministry of Culture has today announced that the closing date for participating in the exhibition “Mediterranea16”, promoted via the Little Constellation organisation has been extended to Sunday 17th February 2013.

The exhibition is open to visual artists, filmmakers, writers, performers, musicians, designers and cultural researchers under the age of 35 years old (i.e., born before December 31st 1977). Artists have to present one specific proposal related to their concept. Participation is free of charge.

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Feb 11 - Drugs Convictions

Gibraltar Drugs ConvictionsStephanie Brabin and Jose Marquez Hurtado

Stephanie BRABIN, dob 8/5/73 of Raven House, Road to the Lines has today pleaded guilty in the Magistrates Court to 1 count of possession of a controlled drug: 65 grammes of Cannabis resin. She received a £600 fine. A guilty plea to possession of 25 grammes of herbal Cannabis received no separate penalty.

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Feb 11 - RGP Raise Internet Danger Awareness

rgpAs part of the RGPs on going initiative to integrate further with the Community, the force will shortly be embarking on its ‘Safe Surf’ campaign that advises the public on safe usage of the internet and social media. Following the distribution of a number of information booklets, the force will soon be engaging with school children in an attempt to curb cyber bullying and online fraud and promote protection of identity.

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