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Malta & 19 other EU States in solidarity with countries struggling with vaccines

Apr 2 2021 Share

EU Member states reportedly fell out during a recent meeting in European Parliament with regards to the division and distribution of extra doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to five struggling countries.

Malta was amongst the 19 member states who chose to show solidarity with the struggling countries Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Latvia and Slovakia whereas Austria, Slovenia and the Czech Republic did not agree, going on to insist that they receive their entire quota of vaccines.

A deal was ultimately reached which distributes 2,854,654 doses to the five countries considered to be ‘most in need’.

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The Travellers celebrate their 8-year anniversary

The Travellers celebrate their 8-year anniversary
Apr 2 2021 Share

Yesterday, beloved Gozitan band The Travellers celebrated their 8-year anniversary since starting their band.

8 years later, the band went on to become one of Malta’s most in-demand acts, highly-acclaimed for their catchy music and use of Maltese language.

Din mhux xi ċajta tal-ewwel t'April.Illum ngħalqu 8 snin flimkien!8 snin ta' mużika u esperjenzi sbieħ,iġri narawkom minnufih 🖤

Posted by The Travellers on Thursday, 1 April 2021

On April 1st, the band took to social media to share a few clips of their past, interestingly singing in English rather than the Maltese we are accustomed to, going on to highlight their eagerness to meet with their fans once again.

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Rainbow Ward receives donation of Qagħaq from Corradino inmates & wardens

Rainbow Ward receives donation of Qagħaq from Corradino inmates & wardens
Apr 2 2021 Share

The children and staff of the Mater Dei Rainbow Ward were pleasantly surprised on Maundy Thursday after receiving a care package of tradition ‘Qaghaq tal-Appostli’ from the inmates and wardens of the Corradino Correctional Facility.

The Corradino Bakery has made quite a name for itself for its wholesome products during the Easter season and beyond, with many taking to social media to applaud the facility’s initiative.

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Malta among England’s first green-lit summer destinations

Malta among England's first green-lit summer destinations
Apr 2 2021 Share

As a result of Malta’s swift and efficient vaccination schedule, the island will be among the first countries to welcome English tourists from this summer.

An article published in the UK’s publication of ‘The Times’ revealed that Malta, together with the United States, Maldives and Israel were the first countries to be approved as holiday destinations, with PM Boris Johnson to announce further plans going forward on Monday.

It has been stated that the list of green-lit travel destinations for English citizens will depend on countries’ vaccination rates.

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