70-year-old man is the 54th victim of COVID-19

 - COVID-19 - Oct 27 SHARE ON:

The Health Ministry has announced the 54th victim of COVID-19 in Malta. 

He is a 70-year-old man who was admitted to Mater Dei on the 15th of October and tested positive on the same day. 

The health authorities have reported that the man had underlying health conditions. The island currently stands at 1,895 active cases.


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PN Leader calls for rapid testing from all entry points to Malta

 - COVID-19 - Oct 26 SHARE ON:

In his post-budget reaction, Nationalist Party leader Bernard Grech offered a number of counter-proposals for the 2021 Budget.

Grech countered Prime Minister Abela’s claim back in June that we beat the pandemic, when we in fact did not.

Amongst other proposals, Grech called for rapid testing for all individuals coming into Malta from all entry points.


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Grech calls for supplementary vouchers for COVID-19 supplies

 - COVID-19 - Oct 26 SHARE ON:

Starting from Thursday 29th October, the In his Budget 2021 reaction in Parliament, PN leader Bernard Grech offered a number of counter-measures for Malta. 

One of the first proposals was that citizens should get supplementary vouchers for masks, sanitisers, gloves and other supplies to protect themselves from the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure public safety.

He went on to refer to Prime Minister Abela’s claim that it is the best budget in our country’s history and rather call it “the biggest deficit in our country’s history”.


Maximum of 6 people now allowed to convene in public

 - COVID-19 - Oct 26 SHARE ON:

Starting from Thursday 29th October, the maximum number of people allowed in a public group has gone down to 6 instead of 10. 

This comes from a government statement published today which also announced the closure of bars and band clubs until 1st December.

The group-maximum of 6 people also counts for queues and bus stops and ignoring the latter will result in a €100 fine.


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