Malta has reached the highest-ever amount of active cases at 940 after the Health Ministry announced a record-high amount of 111 cases in 1 day.
The island now stands at 940 total active cases out of 4,048 cases.
The Union of Professional Educators has called for the immediate closure of schools with relation to an alleged COVID-19 case who involuntarily affected their parents.
Alarmed at the recent surge in cases, the union threatens industrial actions if schools close and return to complete online learning.
The UPE has also noted that the workforce has decreased drastically due to a considerable amount of teachers being held in quarantine or on sick leave.
Yesterday, Heritage Malta took to Facebook to condemn the recent acts of vandalism committed on Fort Delimara.
The organisation stated that this not only damages the environment but ‘the cultural patrimony of our island’ and disrespects the relentless work done by the organisation and its volunteers.
As of January 2020, anyone caught dumping any white goods or electronics faces a fine of minimum €500.
Health and Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne took to Twitter on Wednesday morning to celebrate 10,000 vaccinations in just one day.
The vaccine is currently available to victims of chronic diseases, children between six months and five years old and individuals over 55 years of age, it will be available to everyone starting 1st November.
Authorities have stressed the importance of vaccination due to the recent surge of COVID-19.