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Coronavirus: Maltese citizens abroad urged to return to Malta by not later than 12...

In view of the ever increasing spread of the COVID-19 and in view of the increasing lockdowns of airports abroad, Maltese nationals currently abroad are...

One month since first Coronavirus case: How Malta dealt with outbreak

A month has now passed since the first case of Covid-19 was confirmed in Malta.  One month since Maltese day-to-day life changed, with measure...

Lives Lost: A mismatched pair’s love story ends with virus

He was a by-the-book, buttoned-up conservative whose opinions could be quick and blunt. She was a free-thinking, authority-snubbing liberal who would draw stories out...

TMID Editorial – Coronavirus: Racism and frustration

The government’s announcement to quarantine the Hal Far Open Centre was one that needed to be taken to protect the health and wellbeing of...

People may have trouble structuring time – anthropologist

It has now become common knowledge that strict measures for social distancing and quarantine are key ingredients in the battle against the spread of...

Coronavirus will affect how iGaming sector will operate in future – network chairman

The coronavirus outbreak has changed all aspects of life and businesses around the world. Schools, restaurants and shops are closed, and many companies have...

‘Once this is over, we will celebrate our return to school’ – school head’s...

The head of the Zebbug primary school has penned an emotional letter to students, expressing sadness at the way the scholastic year came to...

Virus pain easing in Spain, Italy; UK braces for bleak days

A week ago, emergency rooms and intensive care wards in Spain and Italy were overflowing with woozy, coughing coronavirus patients and literally buzzing with...

Coronavirus: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson moved to intensive care

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to the intensive care unit of a London hospital after his coronavirus symptoms worsened Monday, just a...

35 fined for being in groups of more than 3, Bormla shop fined for...

35 persons were each fined €100 during police inspections to ensure that no gatherings of more than 3 persons take place.Groups of four people...

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