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JJOY recounts his experience after overcoming COVID-19

 - Local - Dec 9 SHARE ON:

COVID-19 has turned people’s worlds upside down in more ways than one and amongst the first people to feel its effects were people in the arts and entertainment sector. We took some time to listen to what local DJ JJOY had to say after contracting COVID-19.

We caught up with local DJ J JOY as he shared his experience of overcoming COVID-19! 💪#MaltaDaily

Posted by Malta Daily on Wednesday, December 9, 2020

JJOY shared his COVID-19 experience stated that the virus affected him moderately, stating that he did not feel the effect of isolation as he would be in the same house with his wife and son and conducting business remotely. What he did say is he had slight coughing, fatigue, nausea once he recovered from the virus.

“It has completely changed the life of a DJ,” he said as he noted that mass events were the first to stop and he had to postpone all events, commending the Maltese for their courage and heart of gold.

JJOY went on to appeal for unity in all sectors including business, music and everything else – something which is needed now more than ever.

The DJ urges positivity and courage in our community and stated that we are stronger than the virus, with special regard to the Maltese people.

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Alfred Molina to return as Doctor Octopus in upcoming Spider-Man movie

 - Movies - Dec 9 SHARE ON:

Following the recent news that former Spider-Men Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire are to return in the Spider-Man movie, it has been reported that Alfred Molina will also reprise his role as Doctor Octopus. 

Molina had previously taken the role of Otto Octavius in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2.

In what is to be a mass reunion for the Spidey character universe, Jamie Foxx will also return as Electro, which he has been hinting at on Instagram.

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Pregnant women and children will not be vaccinated – Prof. Gauci

 - COVID-19 - Dec 9 SHARE ON:

In a feature with the Times of Malta, Superintendent for Public Health Professor Charmaine Gauci revealed that pregnant women and children will not receive immediate COVID-19 vaccination.

This is due to the fact that clinical research and trials have been focused more on adults, with little children contracting the virus or having major complications.

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Posted by Times of Malta on Wednesday, December 9, 2020

Prof. Gauci also revealed that the authorities  are considering the provision of a document of proof of vaccination.

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Jamie Vardy sends message to LGBT+ fan group after post-goal mishap

 - Sports - Dec 9 SHARE ON:

Jamie Vardy has gifted a signed rainbow corner flag to Leicester City’s LGBT+ fan group ‘Foxes Pride’ after a mishap on the pitch.

After scoring a winning goal against Sheffield United, the Leicester City striker hit a celebratory sliding tackle into the rainbow corner flag, accidentally breaking it – potentially leading him to send the message of goodwill to the fan group.

Foxes Pride, said that they “are proud and grateful for the support that Vardy and Leicester City FC continue to show for Rainbow Laces, LGBT fans and Foxes Pride.”

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