If you travel, it is recommended, where possible, that you download any contact tracing application available within the jurisdiction(s) you visit.
Following the decision made by the Civil Contingencies Authority (CCA) on 10 September to vary the self-isolation requirements for A and B Countries to include regions for England, further analysis of prevalence data has taken place to extend regional variations for other countries in the United Kingdom.
The Policy & Resources Committee will now offer those visitor accommodation businesses who have recently submitted claims for financial support from October 2020 onwards, a choice in how that support is provided.
With an increase in cases of COVID-19 in the UK and more cases being identified amongst arrivals to the Bailiwick through testing, Public Health Services are urging anyone self-isolating or living in the same house as someone self-isolating to strictly observe the rules.
The Policy & Resources Committee has agreed to continue the payroll co-funding scheme for the most impacted sectors and businesses until the end of 2020, having previously been extended to the end of September.
Read the media release.
England has been added to the Group B watch list. The Civil Contingencies Authority (CCA) has been asked to consider introducing regional variations for travel with effect from 00:01 on Tuesday 15 September 2020.
Found out more at https://covid19.gov.gg/guidance/travel/countries
HSC began preparations to manage the impact of COVID-19 in the Bailiwick in January 2020.
These unprecedented times dealing with a new virus, with unknown consequences, has resulted in significant additional capital and revenue expenditure for 2020.
HSC has, today, published the COVID-19 related spend incurred in the first 6 months of 2020.