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5 places to get your pancake fix on International Pancake Day

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Few are the days which bring such joy to people’s hearts as much as International Pancake Day, and in celebration of everyone’s favourite fluffy food, we here at Malta Daily have compiled a list of locations where you can get your pancake fix.

A name recognised far and wide for its stacks on stacks of oozing goodness, little places are as reliable as Burgers.Ink when it comes to pancakes

Whether you want to pair it with a juicy burger or on its own, you can’t miss out on this place.

A relative pancake OG for Malta, Shoreditch brings the East London Vibes to St. Julian’s and never ceases to amaze us with their creative concoctions and delicious dishes.

Nestled in the heart of Mellieħa, Debbie’s Café is the North’s best kept secret and offers some of the freshest, coolest dishes on the island with the pancakes being no exception.

With this quaint café, the options never end and the pancakes are definitely at the top of our list.

With Krepree’s endless list of sweet and savoury options, anytime is pancake time and we’re down for a bit of both. Whether you enjoy a luxurious Biscoff crepe or feel like Falafel, Krepree has got you covered.

Naxxar’s very own iconic pancake spot, Becky’s Cafe & Kitchen is a happy place for foodies and coffee lovers alike and we’d be lying if we said their pancakes weren’t iconic.

From Banoffe spreads to Hershey and Oreos toppings, you can’t mention pancake day without thinking of Becky’s.

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91% of Malta’s front liners have been vaccinated against COVID-19

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Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health, Chris Fearne said in Parliament while answering a question that 91% of front liners have been inoculated against COVID-19.

Minister Chris Fearne added that some front liners could not receive the vaccine due to health reasons.

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2,227 COVID-19 cases related to schools since October

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Since the opening of school in October 2020 until the 11th of February 2021, 2,227 COVID-19 cases were investigated in childcare centres, kindergartens, primary and secondary schools and also post-secondary entities.

Deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister Chris Fearne stated during a parliamentary session that when a schools contact tracing team is informed about a positive case, the measures are followed accordingly.

Parents are informed on the same day or the day after and tests and quarantine regulations are followed normally.

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Temperatures are still cold today; but they are slightly higher than yesterday

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Yesterday was marked as the coldest day of the year so far, with temperatures nearing close to zero in certain areas of Malta.

Temperatures today, however, are slightly higher than they were yesterday. According to the Malta Internation Office Meteorological Office, temperatures today will range between 8 degrees Celcius and 13 degrees Celcius.

The weather is expected to be mostly sunny with some light to moderate winds.

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