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The Bailiff's Covid-19 awards celebrate inspiring individuals during the crisis in Jersey.
Anyone arriving from France will have to isolate for five days, as cases in the country rise.
The change is announced as Jersey enters level one if its coronavirus exit strategy from midnight.
Some travellers are required to quarantine for a week until they receive a negative test result.
The Committee for Education says it will play a "key role" in Guernsey's recovery from Covid-19.
A 60% government contribution is set to fall to 20% by next year, following States approval.
The 2020 Muratti Vase tournament - between Jersey, Guernsey and Alderney - is cancelled because of coronavirus.
The publicly-funded donation supports the mental health of worker, and provides medical equipment.
One of two hospitality workers from England fails to pay their fine for breaking quarantine rules.
Two workers who moved to Guernsey must pay £9,000 or spend months in prison for breaking quarantine.
Island officials were expecting 3,000 visitors in three weeks but have had 5,000.
The island will remain at level two of its safe exit framework from lockdown for the rest of July.
Pupils will not be required to physically distance from one another if virus levels remain low.
Jersey's government announces the £11m scheme as part of a £150m economic stimulus package.
The number "actively seeking work" in Jersey has risen by nearly 1,000 since March, figures show.
People on the Clipper from Portsmouth left the port without screening, the government confirms.
A passenger on one of the first commercial flights into Jersey tested positive with no symptoms.
Jersey residents and visitors were allowed to travel without special permission from 3 July.