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Malta unites behind local footballer after son is diagnosed with cancer

 - Local - Apr 9 SHARE ON:
Malta unites behind local footballer after son is diagnosed with cancer

The nation has collectively united behind Brazilian Marsa FC player Patrick Maia after his son Luca was diagnosed with lymphoma cancer.

The football player expressed his gratitude towards the Maltese people on social media as donations poured in following his post and help from family and colleagues.

👶🏻UPDATE BABY LUCA:Baby Luca was diagnosed with lymphoma cancer, and today he did a biopsy (waiting for the results)…

Posted by Jorginho Silva on Thursday, 8 April 2021

Luca’s pending biopsy result and diagnosis with COVID-19 has not made things easier for the struggling family as he has been transferred to the Rainbow Ward at Mater Dei.

If you can, we encourage you to donate via Revolut (99797986), BOV Mobile Pay (99797986) or via bank transfer: IBAN: MT95 VALL 2201 3000 0000 4002 4490 025.

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The world’s largest obstacle course race is finally coming to Malta

 - Sports - Apr 8 SHARE ON:

The world’s largest obstacle racing company and endurance brand is finally coming to Malta and the local OCR scene will never be the same.

Brb, amping myself up for the course in Charlotte this weekend 😍

Posted by Spartan on Tuesday, 6 April 2021

Founded in 2010m Spartan has welcomed over 1 million participants to over 200 race events around the world, with Malta being the latest addition to their 30+ list of countries, truly defining the brand as an unparalleled global champion series.

So gear up for two high-octane days of obstacle course racing on the 30th and 31st of October 2021 where Malta will be hosting the first ever Spartan Race for an unbelievable #TrifectaWeekend!

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ClubHouse Europe Owner Zak Grech Fenech apologises for attending illegal party

 - Local - Apr 8 SHARE ON:

After an illegal private party was made publicly known on social media, ClubHouse Europe Owner Zak Grech Fenech apologised on Instagram for attending. He stated that he understands the severity of the situation and that authorities have confirmed the location was not ClubHouse Europe. He also asked for people not to mix up his business and personal life together.

ClubHouse Europe confirmed that it asked police to investigate the premises to confirm that the party was not held there. João Coronel, ClubHouse Europe member also apologised and stated that he was simply invited by his manager to the party but apologises for his actions.

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86% of school staff vaccinated with first jab

 - COVID-19 - Apr 8 SHARE ON:
86% of school staff vaccinated with first jab

It has been revealed that 86% of all teachers ands school staff have received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The government announced in a press conference on Wednesday that schools will be reopening Monday starting with kindergarten and preschools, with other levels of education restarting throughout the week.

📢 86% of teachers & school employees have received the first dose of the vaccine against #COVID19

Posted by Covid19 Malta on Wednesday, 7 April 2021

The first dose has also been given to 95% of the elderly aged over 80. The vaccine rollout continues to mitigate the spread and has, along with the measures, successfully reduced the number of cases and hospital admissions related to the virus. Malta has administered 227,606 doses of the vaccine so far, of which 63,114 were second doses.

📢 95% of elderly aged 80+ have received the first dose of the vaccine against #COVID19

Posted by Covid19 Malta on Thursday, 8 April 2021

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