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66 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 44 recoveries

62 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 114 recoveries
Apr 11 2021 Share

Malta has registered 66 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours from 1,987 swab tests, while 44 patients have recovered. This information was announced by the official Facebook page of Malta’s Ministry for Health.

As of Saturday 10th April 2021, 240,984 vaccine doses were administered of which 69,306 were 2nd doses.

To date, Malta has registered 29,614 COVID-19 cases in total, of which: 28,684 have recovered, 402 died and 558 are still active.

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The Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip’s funeral will be held on 17 April

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The British Monarchy have advised the public that The Duke of Edinburgh’s Funeral will be held on Saturday 17th April.

The service will take place at 3pm in St. George’s Chapel in Windsor and is in line with The Duke of Edinburgh’s own personal wishes, celebrating The Duke’s life and service to the Queen and country.

Prince Philip passed away peacefully at age 99 at Windsor Castle on Friday, shocking the world and followers of the British Monarchy with his loss.

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Every single Shrek film is now on Netflix

Every single Shrek film is now on Netflix
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After years of waiting, all four Shrek films are finally on Netflix, in addition to the Christmas Special, Puss in Boots and Shrek The Musical.

The franchise films have been missing from the platform and left a certain emptiness in fans’ hearts, with Mike Myers’ iconic animated film finally landing on the streaming giant.

The 2001 original exploded onto the scene, going on to become a cult classic with an iconic soundtrack, with three sequels eventually released.

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Police superintendent praises Hamrun for following police orders at celebrations

Police superintendent praises Hamrun for following police orders at celebrations
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Following Hamrun Spartans’ Premier League victory and the events that ensued, Police Superintendent Sandro Camilleri took to Facebook to praise the people of Hamrun and Spartans fanatics for co-operating with police instructions as well as the Hamrun Mayor and Spartans Committee for their public appeal.

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Camilleri reported that very few individuals were caught in breach of police orders and were duly punished, going on to highlight how the health and safety of the people is of utmost importance during the pandemic.

Camilleri concluded by thanking members of the police force involved in the event, along with Health Authorities, LESA, Transport Malta and all other authorities and entities.

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