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Discover the latest news and updates from the island break. Please keep us up to date with your industry updates and drop us a line at press@visitjersey.je. From new hotel openings, refurbishments and quirky accommodation stories, new restaurant and nightlife openings and examples of trends from eating and drinking to shopping and wellness, we're keen to share your story.  Download previous issues of the Visit Jersey industry e-news here.

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Government backed loan scheme for local businesses

The Government of Jersey is launching a loan guarantee scheme to provide additional financial support to local businesses facing disruption as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak.

Call for islanders to support new campaign to feed our front line

Islanders are being asked to support a new campaign #FeedOurFrontline, a global programme which is being piloted in Jersey, to support our front line healthcare professionals in their biggest time of need.

Need it? Fetch it.

Fetch.je will enable islanders to order restaurant-quality food, essential and luxury products and much-needed services directly to their door. This booking and payment platform has been set up to help everyone through the Coronavirus crisis. It offers isolating customers a one-stop shop to order everything they need safely and securely.

Little community. Big support.

Visit Jersey has created an online hub in partnership with local businesses to let locals know how we can all continue enjoying our island, whilst being socially responsible and following guidelines.

The JT Jersey Big Weekend is on hold

The idea of the Jersey Big Weekend sponsored by JT is to help local residents become better ambassadors of the islands great tourism attractions and experiences.

Free fibre upgrade to all users during Covid-19

Telecom operators in the island (JT, Sure & Homenet) have agreed that all fibre broadband connections will be increased to a symmetrical 1 Gbit/s at no extra cost.

Business Lifeline for Hospitality Staff

Staff working in the hospitality industry are being offered temporary secondments to work in other sectors while the measures to slow the spread of the Coronavirus could force some tourism businesses to close.