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Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse trailer just dropped and fans are loving it

 - Movies - Dec 5 SHARE ON:

The sequel to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is almost with us and its latest trailer has got fans of the Spidey universe losing their minds.

The fan-favourite adaptation’s sequel Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will arrive in theatres on October 7, 2022 and the trailer has already got everyone hyped for its premiere. Lead Animator for Sony Imageworks Nick Kondo had previously revealed that it is coming in 2022 and that works are finally under way, with the trailer showing glimpses of the returning Gwen Stacey and a brawl with Spider-Man 2099, need we say more?

If that wasn’t enough, the title of the trailer is what really has fans going, with the video captioned ‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part One)– First Look’, meaning that there has to be a part 2 some time or other.

You can watch the trailer here:

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Year-high support for Labour Party as trust gap widens between leaders

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Year-high support for Labour Party as trust gap widens between leaders

A MaltaToday survey has revealed that support for the Labour Party has reached a record-high for 2021, growing to 45.9%.

The Nationalist Party clocked in a 31.9% while the ADPD scored 0.1%; the amount of people who choose not to vote remained consistent at 11.3% while uncertainty has dropped to 10.3% from last month’s 13.5%. Labour leader and Prime Minister Robert Abela has seen a rise in his trust rating at 51.1% while Bernard Grech has experienced a drop to 26.5%.

The trust gap is the widest it has been since Grech first occupied the role of PN leader. Abela seems to have an upper hand with the young voters, who still shift partially towards the PN albeit being the bracket with the most uncertain voters or people who choose not to vote.

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COVID-19 restrictions may have immediate effect on MIA as world braces for Omicron variant

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COVID-19 restrictions may have immediate effect on MIA as world braces for Omicron variant

The rise of any disproportionate measures in light of the recent emergence of the Omicron COVID-19 variant will have an immediate and long-term effect on the Malta International Airport’s (MIA) traffic performance, an MIA spokesperson told The Malta Independent on Sunday.

The spokesperson stated that such measures would not only affect the festive season but have far-reaching consequences on spring and summer 2022. While not yet arriving in Malta, the Omicron variant has spread in small numbers to various countries around the world. Concern over the Omicron variant paired with the potent presence of the Delta variant in Europe has governments have been forced to consider the possibility of new measures and restrictions for pandemic-exhausted citizens.

In Malta, the only restriction that has been introduced is a temporary travel ban on travellers from South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, Botswana, Eswatini and Zimbabwe. In the UK, amongst other measures, all international arrivals will have to receive a COVID-19 test before their departure as of Tuesday December 7, also being required to provide evidence of negative lateral flow or PCR test at a maximum of 48 hours before.

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Vaccine certificate update to include information on booster dose, health ministry says

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Vaccine certificate update to include information on booster dose, health ministry says

The Health Ministry has revealed that Maltese COVID-19 vaccine certificates will be updated to show whether or not their holder has received the third booster dose.

Certificates currently provide information about the first vaccination doses and if the holder is fully vaccinated and will remain valid for travel and all other national necessities until every Maltese resident has been invited to their booster dose. Malta started giving out booster doses a few months back, with over-50s currently receiving their appointments for the third dose.

Updated vaccine certificates can be accessed by visiting certifikatvaccin.gov.mt and will contain information about booster dose after 14 days of receiving the jab.

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