2,000 meals in one week delivered by Rafel Sammut & Victory Kitchen team

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Earlier today, local chef and good guy extraordinaire Rafel Sammut took to social media to share that his ‘Victory Kitchen’ project provided close to two thousand meals this week only and revealed that he will step up production as of next week.

Sammut took the opportunity to thank the people who contributed to the cause, reporting that donations flooded in this week.

An other long week is coming to an end at the Victory Kitchen. Just under 2K meals this week. Increasing production…

Posted by Rafel Sammut on Thursday, 11 March 2021

In another video, the chef shared a video of the team preparing a whopping 1,000 meals and encouraged followers to keep their eye on the Happy Initiative, which he called a ‘young, dynamic team with great ideas’.


Luke Chappell hits huge milestone with 3 million streams on ‘Lonely Again’

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Local singer-songwriter Luke Chappell has made himself known for his soulful serenades and stellar songwriting and he has further solidified his reputation as his track ‘Lonely Again’ has just hit 3 million streams on Spotify.

The track, which Chappell had signed with Los Angeles based label ‘Bangers Only’ was released back in 2020 and won the hearts of his followers, both local and international and established himself as a force to be reckoned with in the music scene.

Big congratulations go out to Luke Chappell for the steps he’s been making in his career, here’s to the next three million.


Churches to remain open for worship with maximum of 100 people

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The Maltese Archdiocese has published its list of COVID-19 going forward, following the government’s closure of most establishments and facilities across Malta and Gozo, which directives will allow churches to remain open for worship ceremonies with a potential maximum of 100 attendees, depending on the size of the area.

L‑Arċidjoċesi ta’ Malta qed tippubblika direttivi li jidħlu mis‑seħħ mil‑lum il‑Ħamis, 11 ta’ Marzu sal‑Ħadd, 11 ta’…

Posted by Archdiocese of Malta on Thursday, 11 March 2021

The directives go on to highlight that mass and religious ceremonies will not be held except for funerals which will the COVID-19 protocol as well as small, measure-compliant weddings.

The Archdiocese is also encouraging the postponement of baptisms to after the 11th of April, with those choosing not to postpone being restricted solely to the baptism ritual, without mass and little attendees.


329 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 259 recoveries

67 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 323 recoveries
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Malta has registered 329 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours from 3,779 swab tests, while 259 patients have recovered. This information was announced by the official Facebook page of Malta’s Ministry for Health.

As of Thursday 11th March 2021, 113,258 vaccine doses were administered of which 37,182 were 2nd doses.

To date, Malta has registered 25,969 COVID-19 cases in total, of which: 22,435 have recovered, 346 died and 3,188 are still active.