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Gibraltar travel restrictions

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Crossing Rules

Passengers must complete a passenger locator form at https://www.passengers.egov.gi/. This will generate a barcode which must be presented upon arrival.

Flight Restrictions

published 22.09.2020

Entry restrictions
Passengers must complete a passenger locator form at passengers.egov.gi. This will generate a barcode which must be presented upon arrival.

Quarantine

Self-isolation at own accommodation- subject to categorisation.

If you have only been in countries or territories on the green list you do not need to provide evidence of vaccination, or self-isolate.
However if you have been to a country on the amber or red list in the previous 14 days and if you have not been fully vaccinated, you will need to self-isolate on arrival in Gibraltar.

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Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

If you have only been in countries or territories on the green list in the 14 days preceding your arrival in Gibraltar, you must book a free COVID-19 lateral flow test before arriving in Gibraltar. The test must take place within 24 hours of your arrival. If you are remaining in Gibraltar for more than 7 days, you must also take a second test on day 5. You do not need to provide evidence of vaccination, or self-isolate.
However if you have been to a country on the amber or red list in the previous 14 days, you must book your COVID-19 tests before your arrival, and if you have not been fully vaccinated, you will need to self-isolate on arrival in Gibraltar. In all instances you must complete a Passenger Locator Form.

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  • Gibraltar Latest News:

    International Restrictions:

    *From 13 June, the rules for people arriving in Gibraltar change. Entry requirements to Gibraltar depend on whether you are fully vaccinated or not, the countries you have visited in the 10 days prior to your arrival, and whether they are on the green, amber or red lists.
    See the Government of Gibraltar Technical Notice which sets out entry requirements in full. Additionally, the official Gibraltar Tourist Board website lists the countries included in the green, amber and red lists, and provides comprehensive information about the requirements in respect of COVID-19 for travelling to Gibraltar, including information on how to book your COVID-19 tests before you arrive. The website also gives information for travellers entering by sea, and crossing the land border into Gibraltar.
    If you have only been in countries or territories on the green list in the 10 days preceding your arrival in Gibraltar by air and are fully vaccinated, then you must upload your vaccination certificate on the Passenger Locator Form. You must book a COVID-19 lateral flow test before arriving in Gibraltar. This test must take place within 24 hours of arrival. If you are remaining for more than 7 days, you must also take a second test on day 5.
    If you have only been in green list countries in the 10 days before arrival and are unvaccinated, you must have a pre-flight COVID-19 lateral flow test taken no more than 48 hours before your flight to Gibraltar. Before you travel to Gibraltar you must also book a COVID-19 lateral flow test, to be taken in Gibraltar within 24 hours of your arrival. If you are remaining in Gibraltar for more than 7 days, you must also take a third test on day 5.
    If you have been in a country on the amber list in the 10 days preceding your arrival by air to Gibraltar and are fully vaccinated, then you must upload your vaccination certificate on the Passenger Locator Form, and you must take a COVID-19 lateral flow test immediately on arrival in Gibraltar. You must also take a second test on day 5 after arrival.
    If you have been in an amber list country in the 10 days before arrival and are unvaccinated, you must have a pre-flight COVID-19 test taken no more than 48 hours before your flight to Gibraltar. Once in Gibraltar, you will be required to self-isolate for 5 days and take a COVID-19 PCR test on the day of your arrival and on Day 5. You must remain self-isolating until the day 5 test is conducted.
    If you have been to a country on the red list in the previous 10 days, you are not permitted to enter Gibraltar, unless you meet one of the specified exemption categories. The exemption categories are listed in this Government of Gibraltar Technical Notice.
    If you meet the red list exemption categories to enter Gibraltar by air and you are fully vaccinated, you must upload your vaccination certificate on the Passenger Locator Form. You must have a pre-flight COVID-19 test taken no more than 48 hours before your flight to Gibraltar. You must also have a COVID-19 PCR test immediately on arrival. If you are remaining in Gibraltar for more than 7 days, you must also take another COVID-19 PCR test on day 5.
    If you meet the red list exemption categories to enter Gibraltar by air and you are unvaccinated, you must have a pre-flight COVID-19 test, taken no more than 48 hours before your flight to Gibraltar. Once in Gibraltar, you will be required to self-isolate for 10 days and take a COVID-19 PCR test on the day of your arrival and on Day 10. You must remain self-isolating until the day 10 test is conducted.
    In all instances you must complete a Passenger Locator Form. Details of suitable pre-flight COVID-19 tests are covered in Annex B of the Government of Gibraltar Technical Notice.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public places and services: On 8 April, the Government of Gibraltar announced that most lockdown restrictions have been lifted, due to the very low rates of active cases of COVID 19 in Gibraltar. See the Press Release from the Government of Gibraltar for full details.
    However some restrictions remain in place. The key points are:
    • Masks must be worn in shops and on public transport;
    • Shops are now all permitted to open, subject to Public Health rules
    • Gyms and hair and beauty salons open;
    • Places of worship are open and organised religious services permitted but numbers limited;
    • Gatherings are limited to a maximum of 16 persons, however from 16 April this restriction will be lifted and there will be no limits on numbers of people at gatherings;
    • Bars and Restaurants permitted to open with no requirement for the wearing of masks by patrons. There is no limit on the number of people permitted at a table;
    • Drinking of alcohol in public places is forbidden between the hours of 7pm and 8am;
    • Specified streets in the city centre are subject to restrictions where no one is permitted to loiter on Thursdays, Fridays or Saturdays between the hours of 11pm and 1am, however this restriction will be lifted from 16 April.
    If anyone in Gibraltar has any of the symptoms of COVID-19, they must self-isolate and should not visit any friends or relatives, nor should they permit anyone to visit them until they have been tested and are negative for the virus.
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    14.06.2021
  • Gibraltar Latest News:

    International Restrictions:

    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus (COVID-19): From 17 May, the rules for people arriving in Gibraltar have changed. Requirements upon arrival depend on the countries you have visited in the 14 days prior to your arrival, and whether they are on the green, amber or red lists.
    If you have only been in countries or territories on the green list in the 14 days preceding your arrival in Gibraltar, you must book a free COVID-19 lateral flow test before arriving in Gibraltar. The test must take place within 24 hours of your arrival. If you are remaining in Gibraltar for more than 7 days, you must also take a second test on day 5. You do not need to provide evidence of vaccination, or self-isolate.
    However if you have been to a country on the amber or red list in the previous 14 days, you must book your COVID-19 tests before your arrival, and if you have not been fully vaccinated, you will need to self-isolate on arrival in Gibraltar. In all instances you must complete a Passenger Locator Form.
    Please see the official Gibraltar Tourist Board website which provides comprehensive information about the requirements in respect of COVID-19 for travelling to Gibraltar, including information on how to book your COVID-19 tests before you arrive.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status
    You cannot use a handwritten COVID card as proof of vaccination for travel purposes.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public places and services: On 8 April, the Government of Gibraltar announced that most lockdown restrictions have been lifted, due to the very low rates of active cases of COVID 19 in Gibraltar. See the Press Release from the Government of Gibraltar for full details.
    However some restrictions remain in place. The key points are:
    • Masks must be worn in shops and on public transport;
    • Shops are now all permitted to open, subject to Public Health rules
    • Gyms and hair and beauty salons open;
    • Places of worship are open and organised religious services permitted but numbers limited;
    • Gatherings are limited to a maximum of 16 persons, however from 16 April this restriction will be lifted and there will be no limits on numbers of people at gatherings;
    • Bars and Restaurants permitted to open with no requirement for the wearing of masks by patrons. There is no limit on the number of people permitted at a table;
    • Drinking of alcohol in public places is forbidden between the hours of 7pm and 8am;
    • Specified streets in the city centre are subject to restrictions where no one is permitted to loiter on Thursdays, Fridays or Saturdays between the hours of 11pm and 1am, however this restriction will be lifted from 16 April.
    If anyone in Gibraltar has any of the symptoms of COVID-19, they must self-isolate and should not visit any friends or relatives, nor should they permit anyone to visit them until they have been tested and are negative for the virus.
    e virus.

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    19.05.2021
  • Gibraltar Latest News:

    International Restrictions:

    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus (COVID-19): The Government of Gibraltar (GoG) has announced additional restrictions on travel to Gibraltar due to COVID-19. The current restrictions for those travelling to Gibraltar can be found in the Technical Notice: COVID-19 – testing and self-isolation requirements for entry into Gibraltar . These restrictions are valid until Sunday 16 May.
    The Technical Notice covers:
    • Entry requirements
    • Passenger locator form
    • Arrivals by air from the UK
    • Arrivals from Relevant Area in the 14-day period preceding entry into Gibraltar
    • Arrivals from a Country, Territory or Area listed in the Schedule (High Risk Area) in the 14- day period preceding entry into Gibraltar
    • Instructions applicable to Seafarers
    • Civil Contingencies Emergency (Coronavirus) Regulations
    Only specified categories of people are currently permitted to enter Gibraltar by air – these include registered Gibraltarians, residents of Gibraltar, Spanish nationals and residents in transit to Spain, and those working in Gibraltar. In addition, travellers must present proof of a negative result from a PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Gibraltar, or take a fast test on arrival at Gibraltar Airport. From 17 May, the rules for people arriving in Gibraltar will change. Requirements upon arrival will depend on where you have been in the 14 days prior to your arrival. Requirements depend on whether the countries you have previously visited are on green, amber or red lists. The Technical Notice issued by the Government of Gibraltar on 14 May gives full details of entry requirements from 17 May. If you have only been to countries or territories in the green list in the 14 days preceding your arrival in Gibraltar, you will not be required to take any COVID-19 tests on entry into Gibraltar, provide evidence of vaccination, or self-isolate. However if you have been to a country on the amber or red list in the previous 14 days, there are testing requirements, and if you have not been fully vaccinated, you will need to self-isolate on arrival in Gibraltar. In all instances you must complete a Passenger Locator Form.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public places and services: On 8 April, the Government of Gibraltar announced that most lockdown restrictions have been lifted, due to the very low rates of active cases of COVID 19 in Gibraltar. See the Press Release from the Government of Gibraltar for full details.
    However some restrictions remain in place. The key points are:
    • Masks must be worn in shops and on public transport;
    • Shops are now all permitted to open, subject to Public Health rules
    • Gyms and hair and beauty salons open;
    • Places of worship are open and organised religious services permitted but numbers limited;
    • Gatherings are limited to a maximum of 16 persons, however from 16 April this restriction will be lifted and there will be no limits on numbers of people at gatherings;
    • Bars and Restaurants permitted to open with no requirement for the wearing of masks by patrons. There is no limit on the number of people permitted at a table;
    • Drinking of alcohol in public places is forbidden between the hours of 7pm and 8am;
    • Specified streets in the city centre are subject to restrictions where no one is permitted to loiter on Thursdays, Fridays or Saturdays between the hours of 11pm and 1am, however this restriction will be lifted from 16 April.
    If anyone in Gibraltar has any of the symptoms of COVID-19, they must self-isolate and should not visit any friends or relatives, nor should they permit anyone to visit them until they have been tested and are negative for the virus.
    e virus.

    Read more
    15.05.2021
  • Gibraltar International Restrictions:

    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus (COVID-19): The Government of Gibraltar (GoG) has announced additional restrictions on travel to Gibraltar due to COVID-19. The current restrictions for those travelling to Gibraltar can be found in the Technical Notice: COVID-19 – testing and self-isolation requirements for entry into Gibraltar.
    The Technical Notice covers: •Entry requirements; •Passenger locator form; •Arrivals by air from the UK; •Arrivals from Relevant Area in the 14-day period preceding entry into Gibraltar; • Arrivals from a Country, Territory or Area listed in the Schedule (High Risk Area) in the 14- day period preceding entry into Gibraltar; •Instructions applicable to Seafarers; •Civil Contingencies Emergency (Coronavirus) Regulations.
    Only specified categories of people are currently permitted to enter Gibraltar by air – these include registered Gibraltarians, residents of Gibraltar, Spanish nationals and residents in transit to Spain, and those working in Gibraltar. In addition, travellers must present proof of a negative result from a PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Gibraltar, or take a fast test on arrival at Gibraltar Airport.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public places and services: On 8 April, the Government of Gibraltar announced that most lockdown restrictions have been lifted, due to the very low rates of active cases of COVID 19 in Gibraltar. See the Press Release from the Government of Gibraltar for full details.

    Read more
    13.04.2021
  • Gibraltar International Restrictions:

    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus (COVID-19): The Government of Gibraltar (GoG) has announced additional restrictions on travel to Gibraltar due to COVID-19. The current restrictions for those travelling to Gibraltar can be found in the Technical Notice: COVID-19 – testing and self-isolation requirements for entry into Gibraltar.
    The Technical Notice covers: •Entry requirements; •Passenger locator form; •Arrivals by air from the UK; •Arrivals from Relevant Area in the 14-day period preceding entry into Gibraltar; • Arrivals from a Country, Territory or Area listed in the Schedule (High Risk Area) in the 14- day period preceding entry into Gibraltar; •Instructions applicable to Seafarers; •Civil Contingencies Emergency (Coronavirus) Regulations.
    Only specified categories of people are currently permitted to enter Gibraltar by air – these include registered Gibraltarians, residents of Gibraltar, Spanish nationals and residents in transit to Spain, and those working in Gibraltar. In addition, travellers must present proof of a negative result from a PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Gibraltar, or take a fast test on arrival at Gibraltar Airport.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public places and services: On 24 March, the Government of Gibraltar announced that most lockdown restrictions have been lifted, due to the very low rates of active cases of COVID 19 in Gibraltar. See the Press Release from the Government of Gibraltar for full details.
    However some restrictions remain in place. The key points are: •Masks must be worn in enclosed public spaces, shops and on public transport; •Shops are now all permitted to open, subject to Public Health rules; •Gyms and hair and beauty salons open, subject to controls and restrictions; •Places of worship are open and organised religious services permitted but numbers limited; •Gatherings are limited to a maximum of 16 persons; • Bars and Restaurants permitted to open. Only table service is permitted, and a maximum of 8 persons per table; • Drinking of alcohol in public places is forbidden between the hours of 7pm and 8am; •Specified streets in the city centre are subject to restrictions where no one is permitted to loiter on Thursdays, Fridays or Saturdays between the hours of 11pm and 1am.
    If anyone in Gibraltar has any of the symptoms of COVID-19, they must self-isolate and should not visit any friends or relatives, nor should they permit anyone to visit them until they have been tested and are negative for the virus.

    Read more
    31.03.2021
  • Gibraltar International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus (COVID-19).
    The Government of Gibraltar (GoG) has announced additional restrictions on travel to Gibraltar due to COVID-19. The current restrictions for those travelling to Gibraltar can be found in the Technical Notice: COVID-19 – testing and self-isolation requirements for entry into Gibraltar.
    The Technical Notice covers:
    • Entry requirements
    • Passenger locator form
    • Arrivals by air from the UK
    • Arrivals from Relevant Area in the 14-day period preceding entry into Gibraltar
    • Arrivals from a Country, Territory or Area listed in the Schedule (High Risk Area) in the 14- day period preceding entry into Gibraltar
    • Instructions applicable to Seafarers
    • Civil Contingencies Emergency (Coronavirus) Regulations
    Only specified categories of people are currently permitted to enter Gibraltar by air – these include registered Gibraltarians, residents of Gibraltar, Spanish nationals and residents in transit to Spain, and those working in Gibraltar. In addition, travellers must present proof of a negative result from a PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Gibraltar, or take a fast test on arrival at Gibraltar Airport.
    As well as restrictions on arrivals by air into Gibraltar, only specified categories of people are currently permitted to enter Spain via Gibraltar. Spain have extended current travel restrictions from the UK until 6pm (GMT+1) on 30 March 2021. While restrictions are in place you will only be able to enter Spain via Gibraltar if you are a Spanish national, you are legally resident in Spain or Gibraltar or a cross border worker. You will be asked to show documentation to prove you meet the criteria above.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public places and services: On 2 January, the Government of Gibraltar announced a new, legal lockdown as a circuit breaker in response to the very rapidly rising number of Coronavirus cases. On 29 January the Government of Gibraltar announced an amendment to the lockdown following a reduction in the number of COVID-19 cases in Gibraltar. Restrictions remain in place but have been eased slightly, with effect from 1 February. Restrictions were eased further on 22 February, 1 March, and 14 March. See the two Press Releases from the Government of Gibraltar here
    and here, which set out the full details.
    The key elements of the current restrictions are:

    • Masks must be worn in all shops and enclosed public spaces, as well as outside schools when picking up children. Masks must also be worn whilst on the main central streets in Gibraltar
    • Curfew from midnight to 5am with limited exceptions
    • Shops are now all permitted to open, subject to Public Health rules
    • Gyms and hair and beauty salons open, subject to controls and restrictions
    • Places of worship are open and organised religious services permitted but numbers limited
    • Gatherings are limited to a maximum of 12 persons
    • Bars and Restaurants permitted to open. Only table service is permitted, and a maximum of 8 persons per table
    If anyone in Gibraltar has any of the symptoms of COVID-19, they must self-isolate and should not visit any friends or relatives, nor should they permit anyone to visit them until they have been tested and are negative for the virus.

    Read more
    15.03.2021
  • Gibraltar International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus (COVID-19): The Government of Gibraltar (GoG) has announced additional restrictions on travel to Gibraltar due to COVID-19. See the GoG Press Release of 22 December for full details. With effect from 23 December 2020, only the following categories of passengers will be allowed to enter Gibraltar by air:
    1. Individuals who are registered Gibraltarians, either by birth or naturalisation;
    2. Individuals with residence in Gibraltar, upon demonstrating satisfactory proof of residence;
    3. Sea farers on transit to a vessel which is berthed at Gibraltar and has immigration pre clearance letter issued by the Borders and Coastguards Agency;
    4. Spanish nationals who are in transit to Spain;
    5. Individuals travelling to Gibraltar on transit to Spain and who hold lawful residence in Spain, upon demonstrating satisfactory proof of residence;
    6. People who are carrying out a work activity in Gibraltar or who are taking up employment in Gibraltar and who provide proof on arrival;
    7. Military personnel who have been issued with Travel Orders;
    8. Individuals who hold an electronic letter issued by the Borders and Coastguard Agency granting that individual permission to enter Gibraltar.
    In addition, travellers must present a negative PCR test obtained within the previous 72 hours, or take a fast test on arrival at Gibraltar Airport.
    If you arrive in Gibraltar by land, air or sea and you have been to a ‘relevant area’ in the last 14 days you are required by law to report to the Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard Agency (if arriving by land or sea) or Gibraltar Port Authority (if arriving by sea).
    A ‘relevant area’ is a country, area or territory outside of the European Union, but doesn’t include the UK, Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican. It also excludes the list of countries included in the Schedule (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, and China).
    If you have been in a ‘relevant area’ in the last 14 days it is required that you:
    • Self-isolate for five days. If you are staying in a hotel, you must remain in your room and not use any of the public areas.
    • Do not use public transportation with the exception of a Gibraltar Taxi booked via the Gibraltar Taxi Association. You are required to inform them that you have arrived from a ‘relevant Area’. Call the local Gibraltar health line phone number 111 as soon as you reach the address where you will be isolating.
    • If you develop symptoms or feel unwell call 111 immediately even if you have been swabbed.
    • You must be swabbed on Day 1 and again on Day 5.
    • If you are not registered with the Gibraltar Health Authority (GHA) you must arrange a private swab.
    On 22 September 2020 the Government of Gibraltar introduced a COVID-19 contact tracing online passenger locator and ‘relevant area form for passengers flying to Gibraltar. It is a legal requirement to complete a passenger locator form and inform the authorities if you have been in a ‘relevant area’ in the 14 days before your arrival in Gibraltar. You will only be able to complete this form once you have checked in and have been allocated your seat number.
    If you are arriving on a flight at Gibraltar International Airport, you will need to fill in a passenger locator form online before you can pass through customs. The form will then be sent to you with a unique barcode via email. This will be scanned by the Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard Agency upon arrival. The form and further information can be found on the Government of Gibraltar website. See theGovernment of Gibraltar press release for more details.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public places and services: On 2 January, the Government of Gibraltar announced a new, legal lockdown as a circuit breaker in response to the very rapidly rising number of Coronavirus cases. This will last initially for 14 days (and is due to be reviewed every 7 days). People in Gibraltar will only be permitted to leave their homes to work, exercise, shop for essentials, for medical and other specified purposes. See here for the corresponding press release which has the full details. This new lockdown is in addition to the measures announced by the Government of Gibraltar on 21 December and 27 December. The key elements of the current restrictions are:
    • masks should be worn in every public place;
    • all catering establishments to remain closed until further notice except for takeaway and delivery services;
    • all gyms to close;
    • religious worship – all in person worship cancelled;
    • testing of air passengers on arrival;
    • curfew from 10pm to 6am with limited exceptions;
    • all non-essential retail establishments to close to the public (but may sell online / telephone);
    • essential shops (e.g. supermarkets, grocers and bakers) to close by 9pm;
    • hairdressers and beauty salons to close;
    • pharmacies / chemists, petrol stations, bunkering operators, opticians, dentists, estate agents and car dealerships may remain open subject to strict Public Health rules;
    • limit on gatherings reduced to maximum of 12 persons;
    • strong advice: Households should NOT mix;
    • strong advice: Over 70s – act as if in lockdown;
    • strong advice: Work from home wherever possible.
    If anyone in Gibraltar has any of the symptoms of COVID-19, they must self-isolate and should not visit any friends or relatives, nor should they permit anyone to visit them until they have been tested and are negative for the virus.

    Read more
    01.03.2021
  • Gibraltar International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus (COVID-19): The Government of Gibraltar (GoG) has announced additional restrictions on travel to Gibraltar due to COVID-19. See the GoG Press Release of 22 December for full details. With effect from 23 December 2020, only the following categories of passengers will be allowed to enter Gibraltar by air:
    1. Individuals who are registered Gibraltarians, either by birth or naturalisation;
    2. Individuals with residence in Gibraltar, upon demonstrating satisfactory proof of residence;
    3. Sea farers on transit to a vessel which is berthed at Gibraltar and has immigration pre clearance letter issued by the Borders and Coastguards Agency;
    4. Spanish nationals who are in transit to Spain;
    5. Individuals travelling to Gibraltar on transit to Spain and who hold lawful residence in Spain, upon demonstrating satisfactory proof of residence;
    6. People who are carrying out a work activity in Gibraltar or who are taking up employment in Gibraltar and who provide proof on arrival;
    7. Military personnel who have been issued with Travel Orders;
    8. Individuals who hold an electronic letter issued by the Borders and Coastguard Agency granting that individual permission to enter Gibraltar.
    In addition, travellers must present a negative PCR test obtained within the previous 72 hours, or take a fast test on arrival at Gibraltar Airport.
    If you arrive in Gibraltar by land, air or sea and you have been to a ‘relevant area’ in the last 14 days you are required by law to report to the Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard Agency (if arriving by land or sea) or Gibraltar Port Authority (if arriving by sea).
    A ‘relevant area’ is a country, area or territory outside of the European Union, but doesn’t include the UK, Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican. It also excludes the list of countries included in the Schedule (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, and China).
    If you have been in a ‘relevant area’ in the last 14 days it is required that you:
    • Self-isolate for five days. If you are staying in a hotel, you must remain in your room and not use any of the public areas.
    • Do not use public transportation with the exception of a Gibraltar Taxi booked via the Gibraltar Taxi Association. You are required to inform them that you have arrived from a ‘relevant Area’. Call the local Gibraltar health line phone number 111 as soon as you reach the address where you will be isolating.
    • If you develop symptoms or feel unwell call 111 immediately even if you have been swabbed.
    • You must be swabbed on Day 1 and again on Day 5.
    • If you are not registered with the Gibraltar Health Authority (GHA) you must arrange a private swab.
    On 22 September 2020 the Government of Gibraltar introduced a COVID-19 contact tracing online passenger locator and ‘relevant area form for passengers flying to Gibraltar. It is a legal requirement to complete a passenger locator form and inform the authorities if you have been in a ‘relevant area’ in the 14 days before your arrival in Gibraltar. You will only be able to complete this form once you have checked in and have been allocated your seat number.
    If you are arriving on a flight at Gibraltar International Airport, you will need to fill in a passenger locator form online before you can pass through customs. The form will then be sent to you with a unique barcode via email. This will be scanned by the Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard Agency upon arrival. The form and further information can be found on the Government of Gibraltar website. See theGovernment of Gibraltar press release for more details.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public places and services: On 2 January, the Government of Gibraltar announced a new, legal lockdown as a circuit breaker in response to the very rapidly rising number of Coronavirus cases. This will last initially for 14 days (and is due to be reviewed every 7 days). People in Gibraltar will only be permitted to leave their homes to work, exercise, shop for essentials, for medical and other specified purposes. See here for the correspondingpress release which has the full details. This new lockdown is in addition to the measures announced by the Government of Gibraltar on 21 December and 27 December. The key elements of the current restrictions are:
    • masks should be worn in every public place;
    • all catering establishments to remain closed until further notice except for takeaway and delivery services;
    • all gyms to close;
    • religious worship – all in person worship cancelled;
    • testing of air passengers on arrival;
    • curfew from 10pm to 6am with limited exceptions;
    • all non-essential retail establishments to close to the public (but may sell online / telephone);
    • essential shops (e.g. supermarkets, grocers and bakers) to close by 9pm
    • hairdressers and beauty salons to close;
    • pharmacies / chemists, petrol stations, bunkering operators, opticians, dentists, estate agents and car dealerships may remain open subject to strict Public Health rules;
    • limit on gatherings reduced to maximum of 12 persons;
    • strong advice: Households should NOT mix;
    • strong advice: Over 70s – act as if in lockdown;
    • strong advice: Work from home wherever possible.
    If anyone in Gibraltar has any of the symptoms of COVID-19, they must self-isolate and should not visit any friends or relatives, nor should they permit anyone to visit them until they have been tested and are negative for the virus.

    Read more
    21.01.2021
  • Gibraltar International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus (COVID-19): The Government of Gibraltar (GoG) has announced additional restrictions on travel to Gibraltar due to COVID-19. See the GoG Press Release of 22 December for full details. With effect from 23 December 2020, only the following categories of passengers will be allowed to enter Gibraltar by air:
    1. Individuals who are registered Gibraltarians, either by birth or naturalisation;
    2. Individuals with residence in Gibraltar, upon demonstrating satisfactory proof of residence;
    3. Sea farers on transit to a vessel which is berthed at Gibraltar and has immigration pre clearance letter issued by the Borders and Coastguards Agency;
    4. Spanish nationals who are in transit to Spain;
    5. Individuals travelling to Gibraltar on transit to Spain and who hold lawful residence in Spain, upon demonstrating satisfactory proof of residence;
    6. People who are carrying out a work activity in Gibraltar or who are taking up employment in Gibraltar and who provide proof on arrival;
    7. Military personnel who have been issued with Travel Orders;
    8. Individuals who hold an electronic letter issued by the Borders and Coastguard Agency granting that individual permission to enter Gibraltar.
    In addition, travellers must present a negative PCR test obtained within the previous 72 hours, or take a fast test on arrival at Gibraltar Airport.
    If you arrive in Gibraltar by land, air or sea and you have been to a ‘relevant area’ in the last 14 days you are required by law to report to the Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard Agency (if arriving by land or sea) or Gibraltar Port Authority (if arriving by sea).
    A ‘relevant area’ is a country, area or territory outside of the European Union, but doesn’t include the UK, Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican. It also excludes the list of countries included in the Schedule (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, and China).
    If you have been in a ‘relevant area’ in the last 14 days it is required that you:
    • Self-isolate for five days. If you are staying in a hotel, you must remain in your room and not use any of the public areas.
    • Do not use public transportation with the exception of a Gibraltar Taxi booked via the Gibraltar Taxi Association. You are required to inform them that you have arrived from a ‘relevant Area’. Call the local Gibraltar health line phone number 111 as soon as you reach the address where you will be isolating.
    • If you develop symptoms or feel unwell call 111 immediately even if you have been swabbed.
    • You must be swabbed on Day 1 and again on Day 5.
    • If you are not registered with the Gibraltar Health Authority (GHA) you must arrange a private swab.
    On 22 September 2020 the Government of Gibraltar introduced a COVID-19 contact tracing online passenger locator and ‘relevant area form for passengers flying to Gibraltar. It is a legal requirement to complete a passenger locator form and inform the authorities if you have been in a ‘relevant area’ in the 14 days before your arrival in Gibraltar. You will only be able to complete this form once you have checked in and have been allocated your seat number.
    If you are arriving on a flight at Gibraltar International Airport, you will need to fill in a passenger locator form online before you can pass through customs. The form will then be sent to you with a unique barcode via email. This will be scanned by the Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard Agency upon arrival. The form and further information can be found on the Government of Gibraltar website. See theGovernment of Gibraltar press release for more details.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public places and services – On 2 January, the Government of Gibraltar announced a new, legal lockdown as a circuit breaker in response to the very rapidly rising number of Coronavirus cases. This will last initially for 14 days (and is due to be reviewed every 7 days). People in Gibraltar will only be permitted to leave their homes to work, exercise, shop for essentials, for medical and other specified purposes. See here for the corresponding press release which has the full details.
    This new lockdown is in addition to the measures announced by the Government of Gibraltar on 21 December and 27 December. The key elements of the current restrictions are:
    masks should be worn in every public place;
    all catering establishments to remain closed until at least 11 Jan 21;
    all gyms to close;
    religious worship – all in person worship cancelled;
    testing of air passengers on arrival;
    curfew from 10pm to 6am with limited exceptions;
    all non-essential retail establishments to close to the public (but may sell online / telephone);
    essential shops (e.g. supermarkets, grocers and bakers) to close by 9pm;
    hairdressers and beauty salons to close;
    pharmacies / chemists, petrol stations, bunkering operators, opticians, dentists, estate agents and car dealerships may remain open subject to strict Public Health rules;
    limit on gatherings reduced to maximum of 12 persons;
    strong advice: Households should NOT mix;
    strong advice: Over 70s – act as if in lockdown;
    strong advice: Work from home wherever possible.
    If anyone in Gibraltar has any of the symptoms of COVID-19, they must self-isolate and should not visit any friends or relatives, nor should they permit anyone to visit them until they have been tested and are negative for the virus.

    Read more
    15.01.2021
  • Gibraltar International Restrictions:
    The Government of Gibraltar has announced additional restrictions on travel to Gibraltar due to COVID-19. See the press release for details. With effect from 23 December 2020, only the following categories of passengers will be allowed to enter Gibraltar by air:
    Individuals who are registered Gibraltarians, either by birth or naturalisation;
    Individuals with residence in Gibraltar, upon demonstrating satisfactory proof of residence;
    Sea farers on transit to a vessel which is berthed at Gibraltar and has immigration pre clearance letter issued by the Borders and Coastguards Agency;
    Spanish nationals who are in transit to Spain;
    Individuals travelling to Gibraltar on transit to Spain and who hold lawful residence in Spain, upon demonstrating satisfactory proof of residence;
    People who are carrying out a work activity in Gibraltar or who are taking up employment in Gibraltar and who provide proof on arrival;
    Military personnel who have been issued with Travel Orders;
    Individuals who hold an electronic letter issued by the Borders and Coastguard Agency granting that individual permission to enter Gibraltar.
    In addition, travellers must present a negative PCR test obtained within the previous 72 hours, or take a fast test on arrival at Gibraltar Airport. If you arrive in Gibraltar by land, air or sea and you have been to a ‘relevant area’ in the last 14 days you are required by law to report to the Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard Agency (if arriving by land or sea) or Gibraltar Port Authority (if arriving by sea). A ‘relevant area’ is a country, area or territory outside of the European Union, but doesn’t include the UK, Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican. It also excludes the list of countries included in the Schedule (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, and China). If you have been in a ‘relevant area’ in the last 14 days it is required that you:
    Self-Isolate for five days. If you are staying in a hotel, you must remain in your room and not use any of the public areas. Do not use public transportation with the exception of a Gibraltar Taxi booked via the Gibraltar Taxi Association. You are required to inform them that you have arrived from a ‘relevant Area’. Call the local Gibraltar health line phone number 111 as soon as you reach the address where you will be isolating. If you develop symptoms or feel unwell call 111 immediately even if you have been swabbed.
    You must be swabbed on Day 1 and again on Day 5. If you are not registered with the Gibraltar Health Authority (GHA) you must arrange a private swab.
    On 22 September 2020 the Government of Gibraltar introduced a COVID-19 contact tracing online passenger locator and ‘Relevant area form’ for passengers flying to Gibraltar. It is a legal requirement to complete a passenger locator form and inform the authorities if you have been in a ‘relevant area’ in the 14 days before your arrival in Gibraltar. You will only be able to complete this form once you have checked in and have been allocated your seat number.
    If you are arriving on a flight at Gibraltar International Airport, you will need to fill in a passenger locator form online before you can pass through customs. The form will then be sent to you with a unique barcode via email. This will be scanned by the Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard Agency upon arrival. The form and further information can be found on the Government of Gibraltar website.
    See the Government of Gibraltar press release for more details.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public places and services – On 2 January, the Government of Gibraltar announced a new, legal lockdown as a circuit breaker in response to the very rapidly rising number of Coronavirus cases. This will last initially for 14 days (and is due to be reviewed every 7 days). People in Gibraltar will only be permitted to leave their homes to work, exercise, shop for essentials, for medical and other specified purposes. See here for the corresponding press release which has the full details.
    This new lockdown is in addition to the measures announced by the Government of Gibraltar on 21 December and 27 December. The key elements of the current restrictions are:
    masks should be worn in every public place;
    all catering establishments to remain closed until at least 11 Jan 21;
    all gyms to close;
    religious worship – all in person worship cancelled;
    testing of air passengers on arrival;
    curfew from 10pm to 6am with limited exceptions;
    all non-essential retail establishments to close to the public (but may sell online / telephone);
    essential shops (e.g. supermarkets, grocers and bakers) to close by 9pm;
    hairdressers and beauty salons to close;
    pharmacies / chemists, petrol stations, bunkering operators, opticians, dentists, estate agents and car dealerships may remain open subject to strict Public Health rules;
    limit on gatherings reduced to maximum of 12 persons;
    strong advice: Households should NOT mix;
    strong advice: Over 70s – act as if in lockdown;
    strong advice: Work from home wherever possible.
    If anyone in Gibraltar has any of the symptoms of COVID-19, they must self-isolate and should not visit any friends or relatives, nor should they permit anyone to visit them until they have been tested and are negative for the virus.

    Read more
    04.01.2021
  • Gibraltar International Restrictions:
    The Government of Gibraltar has announced additional restrictions on travel to Gibraltar due to COVID-19. See the press release for details. With effect from 23 December 2020, only the following categories of passengers will be allowed to enter Gibraltar by air:
    Individuals who are registered Gibraltarians, either by birth or naturalisation;
    Individuals with residence in Gibraltar, upon demonstrating satisfactory proof of residence;
    Sea farers on transit to a vessel which is berthed at Gibraltar and has immigration pre clearance letter issued by the Borders and Coastguards Agency;
    Spanish nationals who are in transit to Spain;
    Individuals travelling to Gibraltar on transit to Spain and who hold lawful residence in Spain, upon demonstrating satisfactory proof of residence;
    People who are carrying out a work activity in Gibraltar or who are taking up employment in Gibraltar and who provide proof on arrival;
    Military personnel who have been issued with Travel Orders;
    Individuals who hold an electronic letter issued by the Borders and Coastguard Agency granting that individual permission to enter Gibraltar.
    If you arrive in Gibraltar by land, air or sea and you have been to a ‘relevant area’ in the last 14 days you are required by law to report to the Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard Agency (if arriving by land or sea) or Gibraltar Port Authority (if arriving by sea).
    A ‘relevant area’ is a country, area or territory outside of the European Union, but doesn’t include the UK, Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican. It also excludes the list of countries included in the Schedule (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, and China).
    If you have been in a ‘relevant area’ in the last 14 days it is required that you: Self-Isolate for five days. If you are staying in a hotel, you must remain in your room and not use any of the public areas. Do not use public transportation with the exception of a Gibraltar Taxi booked via the Gibraltar Taxi Association. You are required to inform them that you have arrived from a ‘relevant Area’. Call the local Gibraltar health line phone number 111 as soon as you reach the address where you will be isolating. If you develop symptoms or feel unwell call 111 immediately even if you have been swabbed. You must be swabbed on Day 1 and again on Day 5. If you are not registered with the Gibraltar Health Authority (GHA) you must arrange a private swab.
    See the Government of Gibraltar press release for more details.
    On 22 September 2020 the Government of Gibraltar introduced a COVID-19 contact tracing online passenger locator and ‘Relevant area form’ for passengers flying to Gibraltar. It is a legal requirement to complete a passenger locator form and inform the authorities if you have been in a ‘relevant area’ in the 14 days before your arrival in Gibraltar.
    You will only be able to complete this form once you have checked in and have been allocated your seat number.
    If you are arriving on a flight at Gibraltar International Airport, you will need to fill in a passenger locator form online before you can pass through customs. The form will then be sent to you with a unique barcode via email. This will be scanned by the Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard Agency upon arrival. The form and further information can be found on the Government of Gibraltar website.
    See the Government of Gibraltar press release for more details.

    Internal Restrictions:
    * Public places and services – On 22 May, the regulations affecting the freedom of movement of all citizens came to an end, and people are now permitted to leave their home without restriction. However restrictions on freedom of association (gatherings) imposed by the Government of Gibraltar as part of the social lockdown remain in place. Visiting friends and relatives in their homes or public places is permitted, up to a maximum of 16 people in one gathering, with certain specified exceptions.
    The Government of Gibraltar announced on 21 December further restrictions due to a spike in COVID cases. All catering establishments will be closed until at least 11 January 2021. However takeaway and delivery are still permitted.
    No alcohol is to be consumed in public places after 7pm on any day. Gyms are closed from 22 December, until further notice.
    On 21 December the Government of Gibraltar announced that from 22 December it is a legal requirement to wear masks in all public places, both indoors and outdoors. Retail establishments remain open, however there are tight controls on numbers and hygiene requirements.
    Those failing to wear a mask are subject to a fixed penalty notice of £100.
    The Government of Gibraltar has stressed the importance of social distancing and states that people should maintain a safe 2 metre distance from each other.
    The Government of Gibraltar has not legislated to restrict the movement of the over-70s age group, but has issued clear advice that the over-70s should remain in their homes.
    If anyone in Gibraltar has any of the symptoms of COVID-19, they must self-isolate and should not visit any friends or relatives, nor should they permit anyone to visit them until they have been tested and are negative for the virus.

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    22.12.2020
  • Gibraltar International Restrictions:
    The Government of Gibraltar have confirmed that air travel restrictions into Gibraltar due to COVID-19 have been lifted as from 21 June 2020. All incoming travellers with valid travel documents will be allowed entry into Gibraltar via the Gibraltar International Airport.
    If you arrive in Gibraltar by land, air or sea and you have been to a ‘relevant area’ in the last 14 days you are required by law to report to the Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard Agency (if arriving by land or sea) or Gibraltar Port Authority (if arriving by sea).
    A ‘relevant area’ is a country, area or territory outside of the European Union, but doesn’t include the UK, Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican. It also excludes the list of countries included in the Schedule (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, and China).
    If you have been in a ‘relevant area’ in the last 14 days it is required that you: Self-Isolate for five days. If you are staying in a hotel, you must remain in your room and not use any of the public areas. Do not use public transportation with the exception of a Gibraltar Taxi booked via the Gibraltar Taxi Association. You are required to inform them that you have arrived from a ‘relevant Area’. Call the local Gibraltar health line phone number 111 as soon as you reach the address where you will be isolating. If you develop symptoms or feel unwell call 111 immediately even if you have been swabbed. You must be swabbed on Day 1 and again on Day 5. If you are not registered with the Gibraltar Health Authority (GHA) you must arrange a private swab.
    See the Government of Gibraltar press release for more details.
    On 22 September 2020 the Government of Gibraltar introduced a COVID-19 contact tracing online passenger locator and ‘Relevant area form’ for passengers flying to Gibraltar. It is a legal requirement to complete a passenger locator form and inform the authorities if you have been in a ‘relevant area’ in the 14 days before your arrival in Gibraltar.
    You will only be able to complete this form once you have checked in and have been allocated your seat number.
    If you are arriving on a flight at Gibraltar International Airport, you will need to fill in a passenger locator form online before you can pass through customs. The form will then be sent to you with a unique barcode via email. This will be scanned by the Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard Agency upon arrival. The form and further information can be found on the Government of Gibraltar website.
    See the Government of Gibraltar press release for more details.

    Internal Restrictions:
    A social lockdown came into effect in Gibraltar on Tuesday 24 March 2020 to slow the spread of COVID-19. However the lockdown restrictions are now in the process of being relaxed by the Government of Gibraltar, via a 6-phased process named ‘Unlock the Rock’ which started on 2 May 2020. Full details of the plans to lift lockdown restrictions can be found in this Government of Gibraltar press release.
    Public places and services – On 22 May, the regulations affecting the freedom of movement of all citizens came to an end, and people are now permitted to leave their home without restriction. However restrictions on freedom of association (gatherings) imposed by the Government of Gibraltar as part of the social lockdown remain in place. Visiting friends and relatives in their homes or public places is permitted, up to a maximum of 16 people in one gathering, with certain specified exceptions.
    From 21 August the Government of Gibraltar announced that bars and restaurants in Gibraltar have reduced opening hours. Last orders are at 12:30am, and the premises must shut by 1am. Additionally, the drinking of alcohol in unlicensed public places after 11pm is now prohibited, and those who do so can be subject to a fixed penalty notice of £100.
    See guidance from the Government of Gibraltar for more information.
    From 28 August the Government of Gibraltar announced that it is a legal requirement to wear masks in all enclosed indoor spaces which are open to the public – this includes retail shops, takeaways and hair and beauty salons. On 25 September the Government of Gibraltar further tightened up requirements regarding the wearing of masks. You must wear a mask in bars, cafes and restaurants except when seated at a table eating or drinking, and masks must be worn in gyms except when exercising. Those failing to wear a mask are subject to a fixed penalty notice of £100. See the Government of Gibraltar’s Press Release which includes a guidance note on the wearing of masks for more details.
    If anyone in Gibraltar has any of the symptoms of COVID-19, they must self-isolate and should not visit any friends or relatives, nor should they permit anyone to visit them until they have been tested and are negative for the virus.

    Read more
    30.10.2020
  • Gibraltar International Restrictions:
    The Government of Gibraltar have confirmed that air travel restrictions into Gibraltar due to COVID-19 have been lifted as from 21 June 2020. All incoming travellers with valid travel documents will be allowed entry into Gibraltar via the Gibraltar International Airport.
    If you arrive in Gibraltar by land, air or sea and you have been to a ‘relevant area’ in the last 14 days you are required by law to report to the Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard Agency (if arriving by land or sea) or Gibraltar Port Authority (if arriving by sea).
    A ‘relevant area’ is a country, area or territory outside of the European Union, but doesn’t include the UK, Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican. It also excludes the list of countries included in the Schedule (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, and China).
    If you have been in a ‘relevant area’ in the last 14 days it is required that you: Self-Isolate for five days. If you are staying in a hotel, you must remain in your room and not use any of the public areas. Do not use public transportation with the exception of a Gibraltar Taxi booked via the Gibraltar Taxi Association. You are required to inform them that you have arrived from a ‘relevant Area’. Call the local Gibraltar health line phone number 111 as soon as you reach the address where you will be isolating. If you develop symptoms or feel unwell call 111 immediately even if you have been swabbed. You must be swabbed on Day 1 and again on Day 5. If you are not registered with the Gibraltar Health Authority (GHA) you must arrange a private swab.
    See the Government of Gibraltar press release for more details.
    On 22 September 2020 the Government of Gibraltar introduced a COVID-19 contact tracing online passenger locator and ‘Relevant area form’ for passengers flying to Gibraltar. It is a legal requirement to complete a passenger locator form and inform the authorities if you have been in a ‘relevant area’ in the 14 days before your arrival in Gibraltar.
    You will only be able to complete this form once you have checked in and have been allocated your seat number.
    If you are arriving on a flight at Gibraltar International Airport, you will need to fill in a passenger locator form online before you can pass through customs. The form will then be sent to you with a unique barcode via email. This will be scanned by the Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard Agency upon arrival. The form and further information can be found on the Government of Gibraltar website.
    See the Government of Gibraltar press release for more details.

    Internal Restrictions:
    A social lockdown came into effect in Gibraltar on Tuesday 24 March 2020 to slow the spread of COVID-19. However the lockdown restrictions are now in the process of being relaxed by the Government of Gibraltar, via a 6-phased process named ‘Unlock the Rock’ which started on 2 May 2020. Full details of the plans to lift lockdown restrictions can be found in this Government of Gibraltar press release.
    On 22 May, the regulations affecting the freedom of movement of all citizens came to an end, and people are now permitted to leave their home without restriction. However restrictions on freedom of association (gatherings) imposed by the Government of Gibraltar as part of the social lockdown remain in place. Visiting friends and relatives in their homes or public places is permitted, up to a maximum of twenty people in one gathering, with certain specified exceptions.
    From 21 August the Government of Gibraltar announced that bars and restaurants in Gibraltar have reduced opening hours. Last orders are at 12:30am, and the premises must shut by 1am. Additionally, the drinking of alcohol in unlicensed public places after 11pm is now prohibited, and those who do so can be subject to a fixed penalty notice of £100.
    See guidance from the Government of Gibraltar for more information.
    From 28 August the Government of Gibraltar announced that it is a legal requirement to wear masks in all enclosed indoor spaces which are open to the public – this includes retail shops, takeaways and hair and beauty salons. On 25 September the Government of Gibraltar further tightened up requirements regarding the wearing of masks. You must wear a mask in bars, cafes and restaurants except when seated at a table eating or drinking, and masks must be worn in gyms except when exercising. Those failing to wear a mask are subject to a fixed penalty notice of £100. See the Government of Gibraltar’s Press Release which includes a guidance note on the wearing of masks for more details.
    If anyone in Gibraltar has any of the symptoms of COVID-19, they must self-isolate and should not visit any friends or relatives, nor should they permit anyone to visit them until they have been tested and are negative for the virus.

    Read more
    06.10.2020
  • Gibraltar International Restrictions:
    The Government of Gibraltar have confirmed that air travel restrictions into Gibraltar due to COVID-19 have been lifted as from 21 June 2020. All incoming travellers with valid travel documents will be allowed entry into Gibraltar via the Gibraltar International Airport.
    On 22 September 2020 the Government of Gibraltar introduced a COVID-19 contact tracing online passenger locator and ‘Relevant area form’ for passengers flying to Gibraltar. It is a legal requirement to complete a passenger locator form and inform the authorities if you have been in a ‘relevant area’ in the 14 days before your arrival in Gibraltar. A ‘relevant area’ is a country, area or territory outside of the European Union, but doesn’t include the UK, Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican. It also excludes the list of countries included in the Schedule (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, and China).
    You will only be able to complete this form once you have checked in and have been allocated your seat number.
    If you are arriving on a flight at Gibraltar International Airport, you will need to fill in a passenger locator form online before you can pass through customs. The form will then be sent to you with a unique barcode via email. This will be scanned by the Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard Agency upon arrival.
    See the Government of Gibraltar press release for more details.

    Internal Restrictions:
    A social lockdown came into effect in Gibraltar on Tuesday 24 March 2020 to slow the spread of COVID-19. However the lockdown restrictions are now in the process of being relaxed by the Government of Gibraltar, via a 6-phased process named ‘Unlock the Rock’ which started on 2 May 2020. Full details of the plans to lift lockdown restrictions can be found in this Government of Gibraltar press release .
    On 22 May, the regulations affecting the freedom of movement of all citizens came to an end, and people are now permitted to leave their home without restriction – although the advice of the Government of Gibraltar remains for people to stay at home, and if they do go out, to maintain social distancing. From 1 June, restaurants and cafes can open with reduced capacity. From 22 June, bars can open, with some restrictions.
    Some restrictions on freedom of association (gatherings) imposed by the Government of Gibraltar as part of the social lockdown remain in place. Visiting friends and relatives in their homes or public places is permitted, up to a maximum of twenty people in one gathering, with certain specified exceptions.
    The Government of Gibraltar has issued guidance on social distancing and face coverings for people using Gibraltar International Airport. More information can be found on the Guidance for Travellers page of the Gibraltar International Airport website .
    If anyone in Gibraltar has any of the symptoms of COVID-19, they must self-isolate and should not visit any friends or relatives, nor should they permit anyone to visit them until they have been tested and are negative for the virus.

    Read more
    24.09.2020
  • Gibraltar *****International Restrictions.
    The Government of Gibraltar have confirmed that air travel restrictions into Gibraltar due to COVID-19 have been lifted as from 21 June 2020. All incoming travellers with valid travel documents will be allowed entry into Gibraltar via the Gibraltar International Airport. BOn 14 August 2020 the Government of Gibraltar announced that it is a legal duty for travellers to report to the authorities if they have been in a “relevant area” in the 14 days before their arrival in Gibraltar. Failure to do so constitutes an offence punishable with a fine of up to £1000. A relevant area means a country, area or territory outside the European Union but does not include the United Kingdom, Jersey, Guernsey and Isle of Man. It also excludes the list of countries included in the Schedule (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, China). See the Government of Gibraltar press release for more details.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    A social lockdown came into effect in Gibraltar on Tuesday 24 March 2020 to slow the spread of COVID-19. However the lockdown restrictions are now in the process of being relaxed by the Government of Gibraltar, via a 6-phased process named ‘Unlock the Rock’ which started on 2 May 2020. Full details of the plans to lift lockdown restrictions can be found in this Government of Gibraltar press release [https://www.gibraltar.gov.gi/press-releases/unlock-the-rock-part-1-a-route-map-out-of-lockdown-starting-to-end-confinement-may-2020-5886].
    On 22 May, the regulations affecting the freedom of movement of all citizens came to an end, and people are now permitted to leave their home without restriction – although the advice of the Government of Gibraltar remains for people to stay at home, and if they do go out, to maintain social distancing. From 1 June, restaurants and cafes can open with reduced capacity. From 22 June, bars can open, with some restrictions.
    Some restrictions on freedom of association (gatherings) imposed by the Government of Gibraltar as part of the social lockdown remain in place. Visiting friends and relatives in their homes or public places is permitted, up to a maximum of twenty people in one gathering, with certain specified exceptions.
    The Government of Gibraltar has issued guidance [https://www.gibraltar.gov.gi/press-releases/gibraltar-air-terminal-covid-19-measures-4602020-6029] on social distancing and face coverings for people using Gibraltar International Airport. More information can be found on the Guidance for Travellers page of the Gibraltar International Airport website [https://www.gibraltarairport.gi/content/guidance-travellers].
    If anyone in Gibraltar has any of the symptoms of COVID-19, they must self-isolate and should not visit any friends or relatives, nor should they permit anyone to visit them until they have been tested and are negative for the virus.

    Read more
    04.09.2020
  • Gibraltar *****International Restrictions.
    The Government of Gibraltar have confirmed that air travel restrictions into Gibraltar due to COVID-19 have been lifted as from 21 June 2020. All incoming travellers with valid travel documents will be allowed entry into Gibraltar via the Gibraltar International Airport. British Airways are currently operating a reduced schedule of flights to/from Gibraltar and London Heathrow. The Government of Gibraltar requires passengers flying to Gibraltar to complete a COVID-19 contact tracing form. This form will be given to passengers by airlines.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Lockdown restrictions are now in the process of being relaxed by the Government of Gibraltar, via a six-phased process named “Unlock the Rock” which commenced on 2 May 2020. Full details of the plans to lift lockdown restrictions can be found in this Government of Gibraltar press release [https://www.gibraltar.gov.gi/press-releases/unlock-the-rock-part-1-a-route-map-out-of-lockdown-starting-to-end-confinement-may-2020-5886]. On Friday 22 May 2020, the regulations affecting the freedom of movement of all citizens came to an end, and people are now permitted to leave their home without restriction – although the advice of the Government of Gibraltar remains for people to stay at home, and if they do go out, to maintain social distancing. From Monday 1 June 2020, restaurants and cafes can open with reduced capacity. From Monday 22 June, bars can open, with some restrictions. Some restrictions on freedom of association (gatherings) imposed by the Government of Gibraltar as part of the social lockdown remain in place. Visiting friends and relatives in their homes or public places is permitted but gatherings must be kept below twelve persons, with certain specified exceptions. In the event that a person in Gibraltar has any of the symptoms of COVID-19, they have an obligation to self-isolate and should neither visit a friend or relative nor should they permit anyone to visit them until they have been tested and are negative for the virus.The Government of Gibraltar has issued guidance on social distancing and face coverings for people using Gibraltar International Airport. More information can be found on the Guidance for Travellers page of the Gibraltar International Airport website.

    Read more
    17.07.2020
  • Gibraltar *****International Restrictions.
    The Government of Gibraltar have confirmed that air travel restrictions into Gibraltar due to COVID-19 have been lifted as from 21 June 2020. All incoming travellers with valid travel documents will be allowed entry into Gibraltar via the Gibraltar International Airport. British Airways are currently operating a reduced schedule of flights to/from Gibraltar and London Heathrow.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    A social lockdown came into effect in Gibraltar on Tuesday 24 March 2020 to slow the spread of COVID-19. However the lockdown restrictions are now in the process of being relaxed by the Government of Gibraltar, via a six-phased process named “Unlock the Rock” which commenced on 2 May 2020. Full details of the plans to lift lockdown restrictions can be found in this Government of Gibraltar press release [https://www.gibraltar.gov.gi/press-releases/unlock-the-rock-part-1-a-route-map-out-of-lockdown-starting-to-end-confinement-may-2020-5886].
    On Friday 22 May 2020, the regulations affecting the freedom of movement of all citizens came to an end, and people are now permitted to leave their home without restriction – although the advice of the Government of Gibraltar remains for people to stay at home, and if they do go out, to maintain social distancing. From Monday 1 June 2020, restaurants and cafes can open with reduced capacity. From Monday 22 June, bars can open, with some restrictions. Some restrictions on freedom of association (gatherings) imposed by the Government of Gibraltar as part of the social lockdown remain in place. Visiting friends and relatives in their homes or public places is permitted but gatherings must be kept below twelve persons, with certain specified exceptions. See the Government of Gibraltar press release for details [https://www.gibraltar.gov.gi/press-releases/unlock-the-rock-part-1-a-route-map-out-of-lockdown-starting-to-end-confinement-may-2020-5886]. In the event that a person in Gibraltar has any of the symptoms of COVID-19, they have an obligation to self-isolate and should neither visit a friend or relative nor should they permit anyone to visit them until they have been tested and are negative for the virus.

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    02.07.2020
  • Gibraltar *****International Restrictions.
    The Government of Gibraltar have confirmed that air travel restrictions into Gibraltar due to COVID-19 have been lifted as from 21 June 2020. All incoming travellers with valid travel documents will be allowed entry into Gibraltar via the Gibraltar International Airport. British Airways are currently operating a reduced schedule of flights to/from Gibraltar and London Heathrow.

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    Internal restrictions:

    A social lockdown came into effect in Gibraltar on Tuesday 24 March 2020 to slow the spread of COVID-19. However the lockdown restrictions are now in the process of being relaxed by the Government of Gibraltar, via a six-phased process named “Unlock the Rock” which commenced on 2 May 2020. Full details of the plans to lift lockdown restrictions can be found in this Government of Gibraltar press release [https://www.gibraltar.gov.gi/press-releases/unlock-the-rock-part-1-a-route-map-out-of-lockdown-starting-to-end-confinement-may-2020-5886]. On Friday 22 May 2020, the regulations affecting the freedom of movement of all citizens came to an end, and people are now permitted to leave their home without restriction – although the advice of the Government of Gibraltar remains for people to stay at home, and if they do go out, to maintain social distancing. From Monday 1 June 2020, restaurants and cafes can open with reduced capacity. From Monday 22 June, bars can open, with some restrictions. Some restrictions on freedom of association (gatherings) imposed by the Government of Gibraltar as part of the social lockdown remain in place. Visiting friends and relatives in their homes or public places is permitted but gatherings must be kept below twelve persons, with certain specified exceptions. See the Government of Gibraltar press release for details [https://www.gibraltar.gov.gi/press-releases/unlock-the-rock-part-1-a-route-map-out-of-lockdown-starting-to-end-confinement-may-2020-5886]. In the event that a person in Gibraltar has any of the symptoms of COVID-19, they have an obligation to self-isolate and should neither visit a friend or relative nor should they permit anyone to visit them until they have been tested and are negative for the virus.

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    27.06.2020
  • Gibraltar The Government of Gibraltar have confirmed that air travel restrictions into Gibraltar due to COVID-19 have been lifted as from 21 June 2020. All incoming travellers with valid travel documents will be allowed entry into Gibraltar via the Gibraltar International Airport.

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    Internal restrictions:

    A social lockdown came into effect in Gibraltar on Tuesday 24 March 2020 to slow the spread of COVID-19. However the lockdown restrictions are now in the process of being relaxed by the Government of Gibraltar, via a six-phased process named “Unlock the Rock” which commenced on 2 May 2020.
    On Friday 22 May 2020, the regulations affecting the freedom of movement of all citizens came to an end, and people are now permitted to leave their home without restriction – although the advice of the Government of Gibraltar remains for people to stay at home, and if they do go out, to maintain social distancing. From Monday 1 June 2020, restaurants and cafes can open with reduced capacity. From Monday 22 June, bars can open, with some restrictions.
    Some restrictions on freedom of association (gatherings) imposed by the Government of Gibraltar as part of the social lockdown remain in place. Visiting friends and relatives in their homes or public places is permitted but gatherings must be kept below twelve persons, with certain specified exceptions.

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    26.06.2020
  • Gibraltar Passengers are not allowed to enter Gibraltar.
    – This does not apply to passengers with a British passport with nationality “British Overseas Territories Citizen” issued by Gibraltar.
    – This does not apply to passengers with a British passport born in Gibraltar.
    – This does not apply to British nationals with a national ID card issued by Gibraltar.
    – This does not apply to residents of Gibraltar.
    – This does not apply to merchant seamen with an Immigration pre-clearance letter issued by the Borders and Coastguards Agency.
    – This does not apply to nationals of Spain on their way to Spain.
    – This does not apply to residents of Spain on their way to Spain.
    – This does not apply to passengers who are taking up employment or carrying out a work activity in Gibraltar.
    – This does not apply to military personnel with a travel order issued by NATO or the United Kingdom.
    – This does not apply to passengers with an authorization letter issued by the Borders and Coastguards Agency.

    International restrictions:

    There are no restrictions or ban to travel from/to Gibraltar. Airport operations emain functional. However, local authorities have advised to avoid crossing La Verja – La Linea de la Concepcion (Cadiz, mainland Spain) by foot or vehicle due to the state of emergency currently in place in Spain.

    Internal restrictions:

    On Friday 22 May 2020, the regulations affecting the freedom of movement of all citizens came to an end, and people are now permitted to leave their home without restriction – although the advice of the Government of Gibraltar remains for people to stay at home, and if they do go out, to maintain social distancing. From Monday 1 June 2020, restaurants and cafes can open with reduced capacity, however bars remain closed at present.

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    02.06.2020
  • Gibraltar Passengers are not allowed to enter Gibraltar.
    – This does not apply to passengers with a British passport with nationality “British Overseas Territories Citizen” issued by Gibraltar.
    – This does not apply to passengers with a British passport born in Gibraltar.
    – This does not apply to British nationals with a national ID card issued by Gibraltar.
    – This does not apply to residents of Gibraltar.
    – This does not apply to merchant seamen with an Immigration pre-clearance letter issued by the Borders and Coastguards Agency.
    – This does not apply to nationals of Spain on their way to Spain.
    – This does not apply to residents of Spain on their way to Spain.
    – This does not apply to passengers who are taking up employment or carrying out a work activity in Gibraltar.
    – This does not apply to military personnel with a travel order issued by NATO or the United Kingdom.
    – This does not apply to passengers with an authorization letter issued by the Borders and Coastguards Agency.

    International restrictions:

    There are no restrictions or ban to travel from/to Gibraltar. Airport operations emain functional. However, local authorities have advised to avoid crossing La Verja – La Linea de la Concepcion (Cadiz, mainland Spain) by foot or vehicle due to the state of emergency currently in place in Spain.

    Internal restrictions:

    A lockdown is in place. Only essential services will remain open. Residents can exit their accommodation for essential reasons, including reaching their workplace and exercise. All public activities have been closed as well as bars and restaurants (homedelivery remains an option). Schools remain open. Adults over 70 years old have been advised to minimise movements.

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    30.04.2020
  • Source Gibraltar Government/
    Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
    Visit Gibraltar/
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