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3 reasons why The Travellers are the gift that keeps on giving this Christmas

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The Travellers have become a staple of the Maltese music scene, holding it down for our sister island with one hit after the other and they’ve brought us all the love we required in the year we needed them most.

Their first Christmas greeting came in the form of ‘X’inhu l-Milied Għalik?’, a modern Maltese Christmas song delivered in the typical Travellers fashion; fresh, local and catchy! We think we’ll be whistling this one for years to come.

The second, an entry close to our hearts – their song ‘Gwerra’ from the ‘Iljuni Fis-Silġ’ album being featured in our Malta Daily X GO Christmas Ad, which brought the much needed Maltese Christmas spirit and warmed our hearts.

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With tough times being the headline of 2020 we went the extra mile in collaboration with GO to give you a Christmas advert that is meant to warm your hearts. ❤️️Read more: https://maltadaily.mt/weve-teamed-up-with-go-to-give-you-an-especially-heart-warming-christmas-advert-this-year/Music credits: The Travellers#MaltaDaily | GO | The Travellers

Posted by Malta Daily on Saturday, December 5, 2020

FINALLY – the fact that they have yet another album coming out is the best Christmas present we could ask for and if you know The Travellers, you know they’ll live up to the hype.

Our next single was written 3 years ago, and we think this is the perfect year to release it. Can't wait to share this…

Posted by The Travellers on Wednesday, November 4, 2020

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BREAKING: COVID-19 vaccine will be available for free

 - COVID-19 - Dec 7 SHARE ON:

Maltese people will soon have their social lives back – Chris Fearne

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Shortly after Health Minister Dr. Chris Fearne announced that the COVID-19 vaccine will be administered for free around the beginning of January, Dr. Fearne also announced that the Maltese citizens will soon have their social lives back.

He added that it is crucial for the Maltese citizens to follow the guidelines that are being laid out by the Health Ministry to combat COVID-19 during the festive season.

Watch the full ministerial statement below:

LIVE | Stqarrija Ministerjali mid-Deputat Prim Ministru u Ministru għas-Saħħa Chris Fearne dwar il-vaċċin tal-Covid-19

LIVE | Stqarrija Ministerjali mid-Deputat Prim Ministru u Ministru għas-Saħħa Chris Fearne dwar il-vaċċin tal-Covid-19

Posted by saħħa on Monday, December 7, 2020

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COVID-19 vaccine will be given in two doses, 21 days apart

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In a Ministerial Statement delivered by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health Chris Fearne, it was revealed that the COVID-19 vaccine will be given in two separate doses, 21 days apart.

Fearne also announced that a helpline will be announced in later days to cater to any queries and issues that may arise and while not mandatory, will initiate a campaign to elaborate on the importance of taking the vaccine.

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