All States of Guernsey counter services will be open from Monday 22nd June, other than the Bulwer Avenue office which will re-open this coming Monday.
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A review has been carried out to investigate the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown measures on local air quality. It found notable reductions in nitrogen oxides, as traffic volumes fell to around a third of normal levels during the recent lockdown.
An ‘enhanced Saturday’ bus service with integrated school services will be operated on week days from Monday 8th June until further notice, in order to account for increased bus passenger journeys across the network with the beginning of phase 4 and the re-opening of State’s schools.
From 10am this Saturday until 7am Monday morning, Church Square will once again close to traffic.
The Quay will also close (from Quay Street to the Crown Pier) from 10am this Sunday to 7:30pm the same day, but will remain open on Saturday.
Lower Pollet will not close this weekend.
The largest member of The Guernsey Institute welcomed the first 65 students and 40 staff back across its three campuses, with the aim of having them complete assessments on technical and occupational competence. It was the first States-run education facility to open its doors after lockdown.
The UK Government is introducing new restrictions for people entering the UK from 08 June. Bailiwick residents returning to the Bailiwick from abroad and transiting through the UK will have to self-isolate following UK rules for the time that they are in the UK but do NOT have to stay in the UK for as long as 14 days.
As Guernsey moves into Phase 4 more businesses and organisations are beginning to operate and as a result, islanders are returning to work. Therefore, people who are receiving income support or a hardship payment as a result of COVID-19 are being reminded to inform Employment & Social Security if their circumstances have changed. This may include an increase in their income since they made their claim, or returning to work.
Two leaders experienced in education in Guernsey have been appointed as Interim Principals of St Sampson’s and Les Beaucamps High Schools during the ‘pause and review’ of the future model of secondary education.