United for Istrina: sports for a good cause

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On Friday, Malta Daily visited the National Sports School in Pembroke to take a look at the charitable efforts of local politicians in order to raise funds for Istrina.

Organised by Nationalist Party Whip and the Opposition’s speaker for Sport Robert Cutajar, the event welcomed mayors and members of parliament from all ends of the political spectrum as well as local futsal and netball players.

Opposition leader Bernard Grech was also in attendance with the event held under the patronage of the Wife of the President, Mrs. Miriam Vella.


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Malta has one of the lowest COVID-19 positivity rates in Europe

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This morning, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health Dr. Chris Fearne took to Twitter to share an infographic which illustrates Malta as having one of the lowest COVID-19 positivity rates in Europe.

Posted by Chris Fearne on Friday, 18 December 2020

The data, published by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control gives Malta a ‘green’ rating with a positivity rate of less than 4%.

Dr. Fearne finished his tweet with a reminder to the public to be cautious and vigilant during the holiday season, signing off with a #KeepSafeForChristmas.


Beloved actor Hector Bruno sheds light on a dark situation

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Hector Bruno took to Facebook on Friday to shed light on a dark phase in his life following major surgery only a few weeks after the death of his mother and a week after the death of his stage mate, George Micallef.

Bruno’s comment section was soon flooded with hundreds upon hundreds of comments, writing some words of encouragement and wishing the actor a speedy recovery.

He concluded his post by stating that he is slowly trying to recover, and in such trying times, we can’t help but wish the beloved actor the speediest of recoveries and brighter days in 2021.


Twitter joins Facebook and YouTube by banning COVID-19 Vaccine false information

Dec 18 2020 Share

Twitter has now joined Facebook and YouTube in their efforts towards removing as much false information as possible related to COVID-19 vaccinations.

All three platforms have started to regulate information regarding the vaccine since a substantial amount of information was being shared.