Jersey News from Wednesday, September 16th, 2020
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Coronavirus: Regional Changes Delayed Again
The planned changes to regions on Jersey's traffic light system for safe travel have been delayed for a second time, so work to more accurately reflect infection rates in certain areas of England is complete.
On-Island Testing Lab Up And Running
The on-island testing lab, which will enable more tests and a quicker result turnaround, has started processing coronavirus samples.
Contact Tracing Campaign: 130 Checks In A Month
130 bars, pubs, and restaurants across Jersey have been visited over the last month to make sure they've been collecting customers' contact details for contact tracing purposes.
Parish Row Erupts Over Future Of La Pulente Kiosk
The owner of the HideOut food kiosk is trying to force a Parish Assembly to renew its permit to operate at La Pulente.
Motorcyclist Knocked Off Bike On Queens Road
Police want to speak to anyone who saw a motorcyclist knocked off his bike on Queen's Road last Saturday afternoon.
Cycle Path Dedicated To Late Deputy
A memorial stone dedicated to the late Deputy Richard Rondel has been installed in St Peter's Valley.
Rescued Rare Reptiles Become Trinity Residents
Jersey Zoo have saved three rare species of reptiles following an oil spill in Mauritius.
Covid Travel: More Changes To Safe Travel List
Delayed changes to regional risk assessments take effect today, while further country re-classifications will come into force at a 00.01 on Friday.
Charities Get £200k From Dormant Accounts
Nearly £200,000 from dormant bank accounts has been given to Jersey charities.