Below is the full Gibraltar Social Lockdown Guide for Citizens | COVID 19
Under the advice of the Director of Public Health, the Government of Gibraltar has issued new regulations under the Civil Contingencies Act to provide for a total social lockdown in order to slow the spread of coronavirus COVID19 by social distancing.
Those over the age of 70 must continue to comply by the tighter restrictions effected last week.
All retail establishments other than supermarkets, grocery stores, butchers, fishmongers, pharmacies, confectioners, health stores, pet shops and petrol stations are closed.
Banks and financial institutions will be allowed to remain open.
The urgent service and repair of household appliances (e.g. water heaters) and urgent works (e.g. water leaks) will only be allowed within public health protocols.
All gymnasiums are closed, and non-essential construction work must cease.
All persons under the age of 70 must not leave their homes except to…
- Buy food, beverages, pharmaceutical products or other such essential items.
- Take food, food, beverages, pharmaceutical products or other such essential items to a person over the age of 60 or to a person in self isolation.
- Attend a medical care facility.
- Provide care to a person with a disability or who is a vulnerable person.
- Go to a bank or other financial institutions.
- Exercise children, accompanying them as a parent or guardian.
- Take children to and from official activities or childcare facilities where they are registered.
- Pick up a child from, or go back to, the child’s residence, if you are a non-resident parent.
- Travel to or from the frontier, airport or in order to enter into or depart from Gibraltar.
- Exercise (alone, accompanied by one person from the same household, maintaining social distancing and not stopping to talk to others).
- Walk the dog.
- Travel by vessel or car.
- Go to work.
- Volunteer under the instructions of the Civil Contingencies Coordinator or the Director of Public Health.
- Where required to go to court; to file any court documents or for purposes relating to it.
- Go out on a boat alone or with someone who lives in the same place of residence.
- In cases 1-9, no more than 2 members of the same household may be out together at the same time.
- In cases 10-12, no more than 4 members of the same household may be out together at the same time.
In ALL cases, you should practise social distancing of 2 metres from all other persons who do not live in the same household as you. Failure to comply is punishable by a fine up to Lebel 5 on the standard scale.
Gibraltar Social Lockdown Guide for Citizens | COVID 19