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Baby names can now use Maltese alphabet; Ġanni among first names

 - Local - Dec 23 SHARE ON:

The Government has announced that the Public Registry now recognises baby names using the Maltese alphabet.

Ġanni is the first Maltese name using the Maltese alphabet recognised by the Public Registry – where the Ġ would not have been previously recognised.

Citizenship Parliamentary Secretary Alex Muscat said that this decision “will safeguard our native language.”

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Illuminated Trail Malta donate €25,000 to MCCFF during Presidential visit

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Seeing local businesses do their utmost for charitable causes during Christmas time is a beautiful sight to see, and Illuminated Trail Malta do indeed practice what they preach.

The magical Christmas event welcomed his Excellency the President of Malta and his wife Mrs. Vella to donate €25,000 from the proceeds of the event to The Malta Community Chest Fund Foundation.

🔹 Ilbieraħ filgħaxija, jien u marti kellna l-opportunità nżuru Illuminated Trail Malta, esperjenza unika li stajna…

Posted by George Vella on Wednesday, 23 December 2020

The gift of giving during Christmas truly is a magical thing and local businesses as well as individuals should follow in the steps of Illuminated Trail Malta so that everyone a truly blessed Christmas this year.

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People suffering from allergies & respiratory problems should notify doctor before vaccine

 - COVID-19 - Dec 23 SHARE ON:

In today’s briefing streamed on saħħa, the Superintendent for public health reiterated that individuals who suffer from heavy allergies or respiratory problems should notify their doctors prior to taking the COVID-19 vaccine.

Anyone who suffers from blood disorders, bruise easily or are currently taking medicine preventing blood clots should also get in touch with their doctor.

Doctors should also be notified if individuals have a weak immune system due to suffering from HIV or are currently undergoing chemotherapy.

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82 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 132 recoveries

 - COVID-19 - Dec 23 SHARE ON:
67 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 323 recoveries

Malta has registered 82 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours from 2,609 swab tests, while 132 patients have recovered. This information was announced by the official Facebook page of Malta’s Ministry for Health.

Details on new active cases will be given by Prof. Charmaine Gauci during a press briefing at 12:30 streamed on saħħa.

To date, Malta has registered 11,992 COVID-19 cases in total, of which: 10,293 have recovered, 201 died and 1,498 are still active.

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