Prime Minister condemns public gatherings after 11pm

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a political gathering in Gozo, Prime Minister Robert Abela addressed the issue of public gatherings after 11pm, following published images of large crowds at St. George’s Bay in Paceville. 

Abela stated that every citizen must bear responsibility, claiming that “the situation is under control.” 

He went on to reiterate this year’s budget as the best in the country’s history and also attack the Opposition for holding an internal election during a pandemic.

UK could roll out COVID-19 vaccine ‘after Christmas’

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The UK is reportedly planning to roll out a COVID-19 towards the end of this year. 

The vaccine, which is under development at Oxford University, could potentially be ready for distribution by Christmas time. 

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson stated that there were signs of hope but appealed to the public that the situation should not be taken for granted.


Immigrants arrested for breaking into Ħamrun homes

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The local police have arrested a number of immigrants who were illegally entering people’s houses and jumping from one roof to another in Ħamrun.

Immigration Police and the Rapid Intervention Unit from the Valletta and Ħamrun units surrounded residential blocks and arrested the immigrants.

The individuals were taken to the Police Headquarters’ for further questioning as investigation is currently under way.


State of Emergency declared in Spain

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Following a declaration of a state of emergency, a curfew between 10pm and 6am was placed on Catalonia, making it the first region in Spain to impose measures of this sort. 

Establishments have been instructed to close their doors at 9PM, one hour before curfew, to assure that the general public arrives home on time. 

As COVID-19 cases continues to surge in Europe, Spain has consistently been one of the most-affected countries, recently surpassing one million cases.