51 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 118

54 COVID-19 cases registered with 57 recoveries
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Malta has registered 51 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours from 3,417 swab tests, while 118 patients have recovered. No deaths were registered in the past 24 hours. This information was announced by the official Facebook page of Malta’s Ministry for Health.

As of Wednesday 11th August 2021, 780,770 vaccine doses were administered of which 406,414 were 1st doses. 401,390 people are currently fully vaccinated.

To date, Malta has registered 35,091 COVID-19 cases in total, of which: 33,079 have recovered, 429 died and 741 are still active.

Mater Dei Hospital is currently treating a total of 42 COVID-19 positive patients, four of whom are in the ITU.


Political parties stand by receiving donations despite harassment claims

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Both the Nationalist Party and the Labour Party have stood by their defence of receiving cash donations after outgoing developers’ lobby chief Sandro Chetcuti stated that political parties consistently approach local entrepreneurs and businesspeople for donations.

Chetcuti was interviewed by Times of Malta on Sunday and, in defence of businesspeople, stated that they are not regularly trying to “compromise politicians with donations” but said that it is quite the contrary.

The businessman also highlighted that it sometimes feels like harassment, with the political parties standing by the possibility of receiving donations.


Chelsea win another European trophy, this time on penalties

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Yesterday night, Chelsea beat Spanish side Villareal on penalties to ensure a UEFA Super Cup win. The UEFA Super Cup is a game where the winner of the UEFA Champions League and the winner of the UEFA Europa League play each other for the Super Cup.  Back in 2019 ,Chelsea lost the Super Cup final on penalties, so the fans and players alike must like the feeling of redemption.



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The game was quite cagy and never really progressed because of a lot of fouls made by both teams. Chelsea scored first when attacking midfielder Hakim Ziyech scored a well worked team goal. The yellow submarines challenged the Chelsea net, until the 73rd minute when striker Gerard Moreno scored a well timed goal.  That goal also made Moreno the all-time leading goal scorer in Villareal history.

The game ended up with penalties. Chelsea surprisingly subbed on keeper Kepa right before the penalties. That decision reaped it benefits as Kepa saved experienced center back Rual Albiol’s penalty, to win the cup


How to sell your house faster

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Selling one’s property can be quite a strenuous and time-occupying task and after a certain time, it becomes very easy to get distracted by other pressing issues. That is why capitalising on every potential sales outlet is of utmost importance in today’s market.

That’s why the RE/MAX Priority brand is basically a no-brainer. Average sales take over 250 days to secure when properties are sold through an open agency agreement, whilst the Priority RE/MAX Listing Agreement decreases the selling time of your property by an average of 250% in comparison.

Selling your property with RE/MAX will allow you to benefit from the best price for your property, regular feedback, professional associate consultation and focused marketing techniques and ultimately help you avoid overspending on marketing, price-cuts and time-wasting.

Priority by RE/MAX also provides sellers the opportunity to have 3D imagery of the property (which increases exposure by up to 50 times), property staging, website development, a custom-made brochure, visual walkthrough and a newsletter delivered to over 10,000 subscribers.

The possibilities are endless and the moment is opportune. Secure the sale of your property in the least time possible with the most professional of services with RE/MAX Malta.

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