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Ħadd Għalik coming to an end after 13 years

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Over the past 13 years, Ħadd Għalik has built a reputation as one of the most beloved cheesy television programmes on the Maltese islands and after a historic run of Sunday programming, host Angie Laus announced that it will be coming to an end.

In a video posted to Ħadd Għalik’s social media channels, Angie Laus highlighted her experience over the past 13 years, going on to thank the people behind the scenes, the viewers and each and every one of the show’s participants.

The popular television personality also took the opportunity to announce that a new show with the name of ‘Uejja’ will be premiering in October.

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Messi’s Copa America trophy post broke an Instagram record

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Lionel Messi is no stranger to iconic moments but his latest Copa America Trophy photo has broken yet another record after going viral on Instagram.

The now-iconic post was uploaded following Argentina’s triumph over Brazil and garnered a whopping 19 million likes in 4 days, going on to become the most liked sports-related post in Instagram history.

 

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Messi recently agreed to a five-year deal with Barcelona with reports suggesting that the athlete’s wage may be cut by 50% due to Barcelona’s need for reduced spending due to the league’s Financial Fair Play rules.

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Mandatory swab test for people arriving in Sicily from Malta

Mandatory swab test for people arriving in Sicily from Malta
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Following a decree signed by Sicilian region president Nello Musumeci, travellers arriving in Sicily from Malta must undergo a mandatory COVID-19 swab test.

Musumeci signed the decree on Wednesday and this measure will also apply to arrivals from Spain, Portugal, India, Brazil, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

Malta has experienced a considerable surge in COVID-19 cases over the past few days, with the country reaching 1,000 active cases on Wednesday.

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Second quarantine hotel required after first one close to full capacity

Second quarantine hotel required after first one close to full capacity
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The Times of Malta have reported that calls for a second quarantine hotel have been made by the Malta Tourism Authority as the Corinthia Marina in St. Julian’s nears full capacity.

As the 200-room Corinthia Marina approaches full capacity with 287 guests, the call for another quarantine hotel was issued on Wednesday and will reportedly close on Friday ahead of processing of public procurement rules, with the hotel to be chosen next week.

The Malta Tourism Authority issued an announcement earlier this week that unvaccinated arrivals will be charged at least €1,400 per room for their two-week quarantine and will apply to anyone who arrives without an approved vaccine certificate.

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Posted by Malta Tourism Authority on Wednesday, 14 July 2021

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