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Rich countries hoard vaccines while poor countries struggle

 - News - Dec 13 SHARE ON:

Rich countries have been hoarding vaccines in hopes of finding an end to the Coronavirus Pandemic in their country.

This extreme buying of vaccines leaves very little room for developing countries to be able to afford vaccines for their citizens.

Canada has booked enough vaccines to vaccinate Canadian citizens 5 or 6 times over while poor countries will only be able to vaccinate every 1 in 10 people by 2021.

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Malta’s 46th Republic Day

 - Culture - Dec 13 SHARE ON:

Today, Malta celebrates its 46th Republic Day. This marks the day Malta become a free country.

This day is one we should all celebrate with pride and patriotism since it is the day we became an autonomous country.

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2020 meant over $30 billions loss for the live event industry

 - Culture - Dec 13 SHARE ON:

It was no assumption that the live events industry would take quite a blow during the Coronavirus Pandemic.

With shows postponed until 2021 or even 2022 along with the shows which were just cancelled, the industry has lost over $30 billion.

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Man grievously injured after argument in Gzira

 - Local - Dec 13 SHARE ON:

A 33-year-old man who lives in Sliema was injured early this morning at around 4:30 AM.

Authorities report that the man is from Turkey and that the other man is still unidentified.

The 33-year-old was given medical assistance on-site and then taken to hospital where his injuries were confirmed as grievous.

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