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Gram Collections launch diversity boxes to promote gender equality ahead of Valentines Day!

Jan 22 2021 Share

Gram Collections have launched new diversity gift boxes to promote gender equality ahead of Valentines Day.

They now have a box with pink, blue, gold or rainbow accents in order to steer away from discrimination and allow people to choose their preferred colour as they deem best.

Iva jien INHOBBOK🥰love comes in all shapes and colors💚💜❤️💙💖now you can choose your favorite colors & it’s free#inhobbok #valentines #love #genderequality #malgramjaqbilek #malta🇲🇹

Posted by Gram Collections on Tuesday, 26 January 2021

 

Visit their website to buy the perfect gift for your other half this Valentine’s: https://gramcollections.com/

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UK Minister faces severe backlash after leaked proposal to pay £500 to COVID-19 positive people

Jan 22 2021 Share

Matt Hancock, UK Secretary of State for Health and Social Care faced backlash after proposing that everyone who tests positive for COVID-19 be paid £500.

The reasoning behind it is to encourage people who test positive to go for a swab test, and self-isolate. This information was leaked and substantial backlash was directed towards Hancock due to the fact that this would amount to around half a billion pounds a week.

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Since the 14th-20th of January 1,029 rapid tests were carried out at the airport; 2 found positive

Jan 22 2021 Share

Prof. Charmaine Gauci announced that airport testing is still being enforced and taken seriously. As from the 14th of January up until the 20th of January,  1,029 rapid tests were performed at the Malta International Airport and 2 were found positive.

Positive cases were immediately asked to quarantine in order to avoid spreading the virus. The two imported cases came from Poland (15th Jan) and Bulgaria (16th Jan).

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143 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 201 recoveries

Jan 22 2021 Share

Malta has registered 143 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours from 3,111 swab tests, while 201 patients have recovered. This information was announced by the official Facebook page of Malta’s Ministry for Health.

As of Thursday 21st January 2021, 16,531 vaccine doses were administered.

To date, Malta has registered 16,423 COVID-19 cases in total, of which: 13,435 have recovered, 248 died and 2,740 are still active.

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