Marketing goals? Local Mexican joint shocks the nation with their latest pandemic-appropriate ad

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Local Mexican establishment Avotaco have always been ones for good food and great marketing and their latest pandemic-appropriate ad has surely turned a couple of heads.

ⁿᵒⁿOFFICIAL TACO-19 figures for 19•01•2021#avotaco | #avotacomalta | #staysafe

Posted by Avotaco on Tuesday, 19 January 2021

In a nod to the Health Ministry’s change in daily update format, Avotaco have published an endearing infographic in the same light, highlighting numbers related to the consumption of their food.

Shocking as it may be, the Mexican joint’s latest post is a showcase of disruption marketing at its finest and we can’t help but crave some Mexican food all of a sudden.


Power cuts expected in these localities today due to Enemalta works

Jan 19 2021 Share

Due to planned works on Malta electricity grid, Enemalta have reported that certain localities may experience electricity supply disruptions in particular localities on January 19.

The localities listed on their website are Pieta, Mosta, Zejtun, Marsaxlokk, San Gwann, Qormi, Ta’ Xbiex, Zebbug, Msida, Birkirkara and Rabat, Gozo.

Further information of which areas and expected times for disruptions may be found on Enemalta’s website.


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WHO Director fears ‘moral catastrophe’ with regards to global distribution of COVID-19 vaccines

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World Health Organisation Director General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus opened this year’s executive conference with heavy words of fear of the world being on the brink of a moral catastrophe with regards to the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines.

Dr. Tedros expressed concern with wealthy nations disregarding the needs of the less-fortunate countries stating that “the price of this [moral] failure will be paid with lives and livelihoods in the world’s poorest countries”.

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He went on to call for the just distribution of COVID-19 vaccines regardless of the countries’ wealth so that citizens do not suffer due to the their nations’ lack of financial fortitude.


Malta 7th in vaccination by proportion of population rankings; PM Robert Abela praises health workers

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Prime Minister Robert Abela has shared a graph put together by Our World in Data and the Financial Times, which puts Malta in 7th place in the ‘international rankings with respect to the proportion of the population inoculated’.

The Prime Minister also reported that the Government’s vaccination strategy is 2nd in the European union as countries continue to vaccinate their citizens with hopes towards a COVID-free world.

Ċifri uffiċjali tal-WorldInData jikklassifikaw lil #Malta 🇲🇹 fis-seba’ post fid-dinja u t-tieni fl-UE 🇪🇺 fl-għoti…

Posted by Robert Abela on Monday, 18 January 2021

Dr. Abela concluded by thanking health workers in the field who are working hard to increase vaccination rates everyday and thanking citizens who have welcomed their vaccine invitation.