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The Weeknd’s new trailer for ‘Dawn FM’ album is driving everyone crazy

The Weeknd’s new trailer for ‘Dawn FM’ album is driving everyone crazy
Jan 3 2022 Share

The Weeknd has just released a new trailer for his upcoming album ‘Dawn FM’, and it’s got some very special features. 

Sporting an aged-up look, the Weeknd has also included the likes of Tyler the Creator, Lil Wayne and even actor Jim Carrey for the new album to release on Friday 7th. 

Promoting it as a ‘new sonic universe from the mind of The Weeknd’, we’re yet to see or hear what Abel Makkonen Tesfaye has in store for his fans with this new album. 

The trailer already suggests more experiments when it comes to his look as the singer is known to get creative with how he looks for artistic purposes. 

He even adopted Botox prosthetics last year in the music video for ‘Save Your Tears’. For this trailer, we got a time-lapse of Abel ageing throughout phases of his life, progressively getting a more sinister and playful look. 

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67% of new COVID cases in Malta are Omicron

67% of new COVID cases in Malta are Omicron
Jan 3 2022 Share

Deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister Chris Fearne has confirmed that at least two-thirds of new COVID-19 cases registered in Malta are caused by the Omicron variant. 

First discovered in South Africa by scientists in November 2021, the Omicron variant is considered more transmissible but somewhat less severe in terms of symptoms. 

The Health Minister took to social media to reveal the statistic, urging everyone to get their booster shot as ‘vitally important.’ Health authorities registered 812 new cases of COVID-19, with 122 patients currently in hospital. 

Till yesterday, 1,075,996 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were administered, 227,648 of which being booster doses. There are also currently 13,260 active cases in Malta, with even younger age groups now being immunised against the virus. 

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One of Malta’s most iconic clubs is temporarily closing down ahead of a BIG CHANGE

Jan 3 2022 Share

If you’re talking about Malta’s clubbing scene and history, it’s very hard not to mention Havana. There are very few names in Maltese leisure which hold as much generational recognition as the hip-hop and R’n’B spot situated in the heart of Paceville, but something is about to change.

 

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From the neon-illuminated DJ stand to the iconic staircase and the token monkey figure overlooking the main bar, Havana has rocked an instantly recognisable look for years and (literally) everyone and their mother will have heard the name at least once in their life. Since its opening, the club’s 3 sections have attracted music lovers and revellers from across the globe.

However, Havana Main Room, Flashback and Havana Cuba area are about to change forever. Sources have told Malta Daily that the club is currently being dismantled and will remain temporarily closed until around April, with a recent social media post from the club’s official page bracing its followers for its step into the future. It will re-open with a brand new look and modern vibes in a few months’ time.

With a considerable amount of Maltese nightlife locations undergoing major changes and number of new spots already making a name for themselves in the local clubbing scene, we can’t wait to see what the new Havana will look like.

Tag someone who has been to Havana.

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New quarantine rules come into effect today

New quarantine rules come into effect today
Jan 3 2022 Share

Given that authorities amended the pandemic quarantine rules, here you can find all the updates to the mandates. 

For the vaccinated, people who test positive must self-isolate for 10 days, along with those who live with them in the same household. 

If someone is a primary contact but does not live with the positive case, they are eligible for early release after seven days given that they go a rapid or PCR test result that indicates negative. 

If one is a primary contact, does not live with the positive case but does not undergo a test, then one can be released after 10 days. If someone lives with someone who is a primary contact of another positive case, then they are eligible for exemption. 

Those who are aged 5 to 17 and live with someone who is a primary contact of another positive case are only eligible for exemption if they are not symptomatic or have not become a primary contact of a confirmed case or tested positive. 

For those who are unvaccinated, if one tests positive, they must isolate for 14 days. If you live in the same household as someone who tested positive, you must self-isolate for 14 days. 

If one is a primary contact and does not live with the positive case, they must remain in quarantine for 14 days. If you live with someone who is a primary/secondary contact of another positive case, you must remain in quarantine for 14 days. 

Someone is considered vaccinated if they are 18 or over and in possession of a valid vaccine certificate (date of booster must be 13 days or more prior to the release date). For those aged 5 to 17, they must be in possession of a valid vaccine certificate with two doses (date of second dose must be 14days or more prior to release. 

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