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Moving Forward - the Bailiwick Blueprint

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Friday 12 March 2021

The Civil Contingencies Authority (CCA) has today released its provisional timeframe for moving through the exit from lockdown strategy and removing border and travel restrictions.

The document, which can be read online at https://covid19.gov.gg/guidance/bailiwickblueprint sets out a timeline for removing restrictions with an estimated date at which all restrictions will be lifted.

Deputy Peter Ferbrache, Chair of the CCA said:

'The Bailiwick Blueprint document provides a series of proposed dates upon which the Bailiwick can move towards a new future where this crisis is behind us.

As much as we would like to give absolute certainty at this point, it is impossible to do so as our progression depends upon matters outside of our control. As such, the Blueprint details various caveats that are necessary to consider before any next phase commences.

That being said, there is a light at the end of the tunnel and we can see a point in time where will be COVID-19 no longer means we need to impose such significant restrictions as a result of the virus.'

Key dates of interest are as follows:

Dr Nicola Brink, Director of Public Health said:

'The Bailiwick Blueprint is based on a reasonable 'best case scenario' and might not be achieved if there are any emerging public health concerns such as vaccine resistant variants in neighbouring jurisdictions.

What it does do, however, is answer a number of questions we have received from people asking when and how we move out of the pandemic situation.

The Blueprint also recognises that as we move forward we will need to get used to a new normal. All of the positive messages from the pandemic such as hand hygiene, respiratory etiquette and staying a home if you are unwell must become part of our everyday lives to protect our community from COVID-19 and other viruses.'

 

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The Bailiwick Blueprint - Summary Document The Bailiwick Blueprint - Full Document

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