Team Maximum Lock gets 4 yeses

 - Sports - Oct 18 2020 SHARE ON:

WOW ! Now that is what we call an amazing performance.

Team Maximum Lock certainly brought their A game to the show, and let’s face it – we certainly didn’t expect anything less than amazing.

These guys have been all over the world representing Malta, it was about time that we finally showed them some appreciation on their own soil.


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Sarah Zerafa will award her ‘Golden Buzzer’ tonight

 - Celebrities - Oct 18 2020 SHARE ON:

Malta’s Got Talent judges are certainly not holding back when it comes to the ‘Golden Buzzer’ as we’ve already seen Ray and Howard award theirs.

Tonight, it’s going to be Sarah Zerafa who will be pressing the ‘Golden Buzzer’ according to Malta’s Got Talent promo for episode 3 which will air tonight.


Malta’s Got Talent episode 3: Here’s what to expect

 - Celebrities - Oct 18 2020 SHARE ON:

Tonight, we’ll be seeing the right mixture of talented people who has already made a name for themselves elsewhere and others who are yet to be discovered.

Here’s what we gathered from Malta’s Got Talent promo for episode 3 which will air tonight.

Motorsport lovers rejoice, motorsport is finally getting some spotlight during tonight’s show! Team Maximum Lock is a Maltese stunt and precision driving team which was set up in 2010.

After putting up multiple jaw dropping shows all around the world, it’s time to show the Malta’s Got Talent judges what they’re capable of.

Another act that will be taking the stage tonight is Sofija Anic who will be bringing all her dance moves on the Malta’s Got Talent Stage.

Get ready for another jaw dropping performance.

We don’t know much about Kaya and Ike, all we know is that they’re about to steal your hearts.

Pole dancing, a sport which is considered as a taboo in Malta, will also feature on tonight’s show – with the hope of breaking boundaries and make this sport more accessible and appreciated on the Maltese islands.


COVID-19 survives five times longer on skin than flu

 - COVID-19 - Oct 18 2020 SHARE ON:

A study conducted by Japanese researchers has revealed that that the COVID-19 virus remains active on our skin for up to nine hours.

The study, intended to highlight the importance of hand-washing, compares the nine-hour survival rate to the pathogen causing the flu, which survives for up to 1.8 hours. This, in turn, may cause an increase in the risk of transmission and may potentially accelerate the pandemic.

On the other hand, both the COVID-19 virus as well as the flu are deactivated within 15 seconds following the application of ethanol, the same chemical used in hand sanitisers.


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