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Discussions underway over enforcement during Gozo carnival season

Jan 20 2021 Share

Clint Camilleri who is the Gozo Minister has confirmed that discussions are underway regarding the issue of enforcement during the upcoming Gozo Carnival season.

Camilleri also said that he does not think that Carnival itself will result in an influx of people going to Gozo since most major activities have been cancelled. The problem might lie with people who travel to Gozo over the three day holiday and reside in accommodations with more people other than those in their bubble.

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PN MP Maria Deguara also said that youths who think that they are immune to the disease might bring about problems and she also added that they should be asked to disclose their address and the number of people who will be residing there.

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Trump pardons Lil Wayne and more than 70 others on his final day.

Jan 20 2021 Share

Donald Trump has pardoned Lil Wayne among over 70 other people on his final day. Lil Wayne was found guilty of a gun charge. Among the people he pardoned is his former White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon.

Bannon was charged with defrauding donors who thought their money was going towards the famous border wall between the US and Mexico. Bannon and three others are accused of defrauding more than $1 million of the $25 million raised for the ‘We Build the Wall’ campaign.

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GoTo unite with Foodbank Lifeline Foundation to deliver over 1 tonne of food

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Malta’s popular purple vehicle provider GoTo has always been close to the community and in 2021, more than ever as they have contributed their fleet of cars to transport donations from St. Julian’s to the Foodbank Lifeline Foundation’s warehouse in Marsa.

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CEO Gordon Bugeja states that it was an honour for the company to conduct such a feat as sharing is one of GoTo’s pillars, highlighting the synergy between the Foundation’s mission and theirs.

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GoTo had started this charitable effort back in October 2020 but continued their contribution into the Foundation’s ‘Reverse Advent Calendar’, where they utilised ten electric cars to transport over one tonne of food in more than 150 boxes.

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Private clinics are not required to report test results

Jan 20 2021 Share

The Times of Malta spoke to three different clinics who are performing rapid COVID-19 tests, and they all said that they are not required to report their results to the Maltese Health Authorities.

The clinics and doctors performing these tests tell their patients to call 111 themselves if they are positive for COVID-19 and of course, they also tell them to remain in quarantine.

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A Health Ministry spokesperson said that patients doing private rapid tests should be guided to get the PCR test as well, and that is where the results from private clinics would be absorbed into the official figures published daily.

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