Jersey News from Thursday, April 8th, 2021
Support 'Incredible In So Many Different And Unusual Ways'
The JSPCA's media and fundraising manager says people have been incredibly supportive in so many different and unusual ways over the last 12 months.
Co-Funded Payroll Scheme Extended For Certain Businesses
The co-funded payroll scheme will be extended until June, but only for businesses 'significantly affected' by the winter circuit-breaker.
8,000 Second Doses In Ten Days
Nearly 8,000 second vaccine doses were given out in Jersey between 28 March and 7 April.
Border Triple Testing 'Disruptive'
The Managing Director of the CI Travel Group has questioned the need for continued triple Covid testing at the borders for people coming to the island from areas categorised as green on Jersey's safe travel list.
BA Revives London City Air Route
British Airways is launching direct flights between Jersey and London City this summer.
Phone Operators Fined Over Unanswered 999 Calls
JT and Sure have both been fined by the telecoms regulator after technical problems saw 999 calls go unanswered.
Over 40s Vaccination Bookings Open Today
Islanders in their 40s will be able to book their first COVID-19 jab from today.