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Snack bars will not be given temporary restaurant licenses, says Fearne

 - COVID-19 - Nov 4 SHARE ON:

Following a request for clarification regarding Malta’s licensing issue with regards to catering establishments, Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne stated that no temporary restaurant licenses will be issued. 

Fearne stated that “a legal notice is a legal notice” and catering establishments should continue to follow governmentally-issued measures and restrictions.

Snack Bars are currently allowed to serve food until 11pm without serving alcohol and bars are to remain closed.

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Burger King Malta tells locals to buy from Mcdonald’s

 - Food - Nov 4 SHARE ON:

In a pure show of solidarity towards the entire fast food industry, Burger King Malta took to social media to encourage locals to order from McDonald’s to support the hundreds of staff being employed.

Maltese citizens applauded the fast food brand as the urged their followers to order-in, get delivery or go to drive-thru’s, concluding their statement with “getting a Whopper is always best, but ordering a Big Mac is also not such a bad thing.”

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84 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 167 recoveries

 - COVID-19 - Nov 4 SHARE ON:
67 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 323 recoveries

Malta has registered 84 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours from 3,044 swab tests, while 167 patients have recovered. This information was announced by the official Facebook page of Malta’s Ministry for Health.

From yesterday’s cases; 16 cases were family members of previously known cases, 4 cases were contact of positive work colleagues, 7 cases were direct contacts with other positive cases, 2 cases were imported and 1 case was from social gatherings with other positive cases.

To date, Malta has registered 6,590 COVID-19 cases in total, of which: 4,672 have recovered, 65 died and 1,853 are still active.

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Retailers in the U.S. step up security ahead of expected protests

 - International - Nov 4 SHARE ON:

Retail stores across the United States have ramped up security measures ahead of protests expected to come from the results of the U.S. Presidential election. 

Chain stores such as CVS, Saks Fifth Avenue, Target and more have boarded up their windows to protect their outlets from any damages or looting. 

With the U.S. Presidential Election results looking to be much closer than expected and tension rising in the United States, we don’t know what to expect from the aftermath.

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