Luke Lyttleton gets TikTok account removed at 29K followers

Jan 27 2021 Share

Luke Lyttleton, one of Malta’s favourite jokesters and member of local TikTok group ‘The Boys’ has just had his TikTok account removed, with Luke thus losing his 29K followers and having to start from the beginning.


No luke lyttletons were hurt in the making of this video #malta #humor this will be my second account once they bring back my old one 😅 #fyp #viral

♬ original sound – Not Luke Lyttleton

In an announcement posted on backup account @notlukelyttleton, he lets us know that all new posts and jokes will be published on this new account.

Fellow TikTokers and members of ‘The Boys’ such as James Ryder were quick to jump on the opportunity to have a little fun with the situation, leading to a number of comedically-relevant TikToks.


#fyp #malta @theboysmalta

♬ Angel – Sarah McLachlan


193 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 148 recoveries

62 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 114 recoveries
Jan 27 2021 Share

Malta has registered 193 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours from 3,323 swab tests, while 148 patients have recovered. This information was announced by the official Facebook page of Malta’s Ministry for Health.

As of Tuesday 26th January 2021, 22,371 vaccine doses were administered of which 1,694 were 2nd doses.

To date, Malta has registered 17,192 COVID-19 cases in total, of which: 14,252 have recovered, 258 died and 2,682 are still active.


Temperature check & staying in car during trip amongst carnival measures

Jan 27 2021 Share

In today’s press conference with regards to Malta’s COVID-19 mitigation measures during February and the Carnival period, Prime Minister Robert Abela announced a number of measures with regards to Gozo trips.

People crossing over from islands must get their temperature check whilst people travelling with their vehicles must remain in the vehicle for the entirety of the trip.

The Prime Minister also announced that while Gozo will not be closed, additional police watch in Rabat, Nadur and other villages will be implemented with the Malta Tourism Authority monitoring that no more people than beds will be within accommodations during carnival.


‘Restaurants to close by 11 pm for the month of February’ – Robert Abela

Jan 27 2021 Share

Prime Minister, Robert Abela has just announced during a live conference that Restaurants will be asked to close at 11 PM and are not to open before 6 AM the following morning.

Clubs and bars are to remain closed until the end of February. PM Robert Abels urges for the Maltese public to remain cautious and responsible during this trying time.

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PM Robert Abela has announced that bars and clubs will be getting additional financial aid during this period.