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Smoking is exempt from mask law

 - COVID-19 - Oct 20 SHARE ON:

In his latest parliamentary conference, Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne stated that Malta has ordered sufficient COVID-19 vaccines to cover the country’s entire population within six months. 

Fearne also reiterated the fact that 100,000 people were vaccinated for influenza after a week in operation. 

The COVID-19 vaccines will come from pharmaceutical companies AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson and Astra Zeneca as part of a deal signed off by the European Commission.

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Apple experts mention that iPhone will never have a USB-C port

 - Events - Oct 20 SHARE ON:

In his latest parliamentary conference, Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne stated that Malta has ordered sufficient COVID-19 vaccines to cover the country’s entire population within six months. 

Fearne also reiterated the fact that 100,000 people were vaccinated for influenza after a week in operation. 

The COVID-19 vaccines will come from pharmaceutical companies AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson and Astra Zeneca as part of a deal signed off by the European Commission.

Apple experts mention that iPhone will never have a USB-C port

 - Business - Oct 20 SHARE ON:

An answer to the list that described the possibilities of each element the iPhone 13 will consist of, Jon Prosser, who was generally correct about what the iPhone 12 would contain tweeted his views.    

Prosser states that the 120Hz monitor is already in progress and a built-in fingerprint reader is a 50 percent possibility, but a USB-C port is’ not (ever) happening.’ Despite the USB-C being superior to the currently used Lightning link, the aim of Apple is to switch directly from wired to wireless, meaning that the creation of physical links will not be in line with its vision.

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Molly-Mae Hague’s cancer scare surgery is next week

 - Celebrities - Oct 20 SHARE ON:

After a recent operation to remove a mole, Molly-Mae Hague has reported that she will go under the knife again next week. Last month, the Love Island model, 21, underwent surgery to remove the mole on her leg as doctors feared it could become cancerous. 

But it seems that doctors have found something more significant under the surface, as Molly prepares for her second surgery in a matter of days. “I never thought at 21 something like this would happen to me and it’s very scary but all I know is that I absolutely need to share my story and what I’m going through to raise awareness of my situation.”

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