• Gibraltar Updates Red List Of Countries For Travel To Gibraltar
  • Gibraltar Updates Red List Of Countries For Travel To Gibraltar

    In line with the UK Government, Gibraltar will add several countries to the red list of countries for  travel to Gibraltar, with effect from 1:00pm on Friday 26th November 2021.  

    In order to safeguard the public health of Gibraltar, the following countries will be added to the red  list: 

    • Botswana 
    • Eswatini 
    • Lesotho 
    • Namibia 
    • South Africa 
    • Zimbabwe 

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May 07 - Gibraltar Hosts EU Project Peer Review on Climate Change

dr cortesMinister for Health and the Environment, Dr. John Cortes this morning announced that Gibraltar has been chosen to host the second peer review visit for the EU Cities Adapt Project, which aims to provide capacity building and assistance in the development and implementation of an adaptation strategy to deal with the predicted impacts of climate change.

The visit is to be carried out over the next couple of days and includes a number of representatives from other participating cities, including Barcelona, Zadar, Rotterdam and Arcadis. Project partners ICLEI and Ricardo-AEA are also attending.

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May 07 - Post Office Launches New Website

post office websiteThe Royal Gibraltar Post Office has today launched their new website, www.post.gi. The website features a clean, smart, and uncluttered design intended to impart information clearly and effectively. It also has a tablet/ smart phone friendly format.

The Track and Trace feature is aimed at providing information on all bar-coded services, for both outgoing as well as incoming mail items. To make use of this service just type the postal reference number (normally next to the barcode) without any spaces (eg- RR123456789GI) in the field provided.

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May 06 - GHA Uses Leading Lab Information System

ghaComputer systems in laboratories are important to patients and clinicians because they allow paperless requesting of laboratory tests using Unique Patient Identifier Numbers, removing the risks of written errors. And because they provide results online as they become ready making result provision much faster.

The Department of Pathology in the GHA introduced a new laboratory system a year ago. Mr Wayne Acris, Pathology IT lead, has worked in conjunction with other Pathology staff as well as the GHA’s IT team and the software suppliers, Izasa Systelab, to bring the system to a level of development that has resulted in our system setup and functionality to be recognised by the supplier’s software developers as cutting-edge.

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