States sitting 6 October 2020

5th October 2020

The next meeting of the States Assembly starts on Tuesday 6 October. The meeting will be broadcast live using Microsoft Teams via the following links:

The meeting will begin with two hours of oral questions, details of which can be found in the Order Paper. The Minister for Children and Housing, Senator Sam Mézec, and the Chief Minister, Senator John Le Fondré, will then answer questions without notice for 15 minutes each.

Following question time:

  • The Assistant Chief Minister, Senator Lyndon Farnham, will make a statement regarding the ‘Our Hospital’ project;
  • The Minister for Health and Social Services, Deputy Richard Renouf, will make a statement about support with GP costs for financially vulnerable Islanders.


More information

​Allowing bars, pubs and restaurants in Jersey to offer promotions until the end of 2021

Proposal and amendments

​Making changes to Liberty Bus tickets and fares


​Repairing the Steam Clock by 31 December


​Implementing time limits on speeches during States Assembly debates


​Allowing Jersey’s GP surgeries to open on a Sunday by law to facilitate the roll-out of the flu vaccine and COVID-19 vaccine

Proposal and amendments

​Whether it should become mandatory for everyone travelling into Jersey to quarantine until they have received negative COVID-19 test results


A notification when each debate begins, a summary of the proposal and the results of each debate will be shared on the States Assembly Twitter and Facebook pages throughout the sitting, which is expected to extend beyond Tuesday.

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