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

Oct 27 2020 Share

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. 

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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

Oct 26 2020 Share

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.

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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

Oct 26 2020 Share

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.

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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”.

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Maximum of 6 people now allowed to convene in public

Oct 26 2020 Share

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.

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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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