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59-year-old is Malta’s 74th victim of COVID-19

 - COVID-19 - Nov 6 SHARE ON:

The Health Authorities have reported that a 59-year-old man is the 74th victim of COVID-19 in Malta.

The man tested positive for the virus on the 27th of October and died at Mater Dei hospital of Thursday night. 

The ministry gave its condolences to the families of the recently-passed while appealing to the public to follow all restrictions and preventive measures in order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

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Joe Biden takes lead in Pennsylvania; on the verge of winning

 - International - Nov 6 SHARE ON:

Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden has taken the lead in Pennsylvania, putting the presidential hopeful on the cusp of winning the election.

Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes will secure the 270 electoral votes needed to beat Trump to the White House.

The latest number of tabulated votes puts Biden in the lead with 5,587 votes more than trump with Biden at 253 electoral votes and President Trump at 213, according to CNN.

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Apple is adding 117 new emojis to iOS 14.2

 - Tech - Nov 6 SHARE ON:

Following Apple’s release of the iPhone and iOS 14.2, the company will introduce 117 additional emojis to your keyboard. 

The list celebrates inclusion and representation and includes women and men in suits and wedding veils, the transgender flag, bubble tea, roller skates and a boomerang, amongst others.

Professor Gauci also stated that families are the most common cluster, closely followed by workplace clusters, appealing to employers to promote teleworking. 

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Substantial amount of new cases from elderly homes

 - COVID-19 - Nov 6 SHARE ON:

Based on what was said during Professor Charmaine Gauci’s press briefing earlier today, a considerable amount of emerging COVID-19 cases seem to be coming from homes for the elderly. 

Those who tested positive for COVID-19 are being transferred to the Good Samaritan facility as reports reveal that 51 resident and 14 staff members had tested positive. 

Professor Gauci also stated that families are the most common cluster, closely followed by workplace clusters, appealing to employers to promote teleworking. 

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Malta currently stands at 1,988 active cases and 73 deaths.

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