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Immigrants will receive COVID-19 vaccine for free, says Fearne

 - COVID-19 - Dec 17 SHARE ON:

Immigrants will also receive the COVID-19 vaccine for free, as reported by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health Chris Fearne.

The Minister stated that there will be no discrimination when giving the vaccine and that the country will begin receiving the doses from the 27th of December, in line with European Union.

Fearne assured the public that the vaccine appears effective against every variant of COVID-19.

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Le Majoliche is our new favourite Sicilian restaurant and we can’t get enough

 - Food - Dec 17 SHARE ON:

Le Majoliche is Malta’s new Sicilian dining hotspot and our mouth is watering just talking about it.

Situated under Pendergardens in the heart of St. Julian’s, Le Majoliche offers a traditional Sicilian dining experience infused with the fresh Mediterranean flavour which surrounds Malta.

Come and try our fried calamari…. you will not regret it! 😋…#calamari #restaurant #maltafood #foodporn #top…

Posted by Le Majoliche Restaurant on Wednesday, 16 December 2020

From delicious grilled calamari to fresh lobster pasta and delicious drinks and desserts, Le Majoliche has got it all and it is open from Monday to Sunday for lunch and dinner!

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Malta will start rolling out COVID-19 vaccine from 27th December

 - COVID-19 - Dec 17 SHARE ON:

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health Dr. Chris Fearne has announced that Malta will begin rolling out the COVID-19 vaccination from 27 December, in line with the rest of the European Union.

This follows the moving forward of the Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine approval date to 21 December by the European Medicines Agency.

First in line to receive the vaccine locally will be the elderly of 85 years and over, healthcare workers and workers in elderly home.

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PA approves Mercury House project which includes 19-story hotel

 - Local - Dec 17 SHARE ON:

The Planning Authority has green-lighted the building of a 19-storey hotel as part of the Mercury project in St. Julian’s.

The entire project was designed by Zaha Hadid Architects and includes a 9-storey building consisting of residencies and commercial outlets called Mercury Suites.

The project will also include 300 parking spaces, underground vaults, dining establishments and more.

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