Author: Jessica Arena and Bertrand Borg

The tourism authority is organising repatriation flights for students from Italy, Germany, Spain and France who are stuck in Malta after the government closed English language schools on Wednesday. It is not yet clear who will foot the bill, when the students will be repatriated and whether this applies to quarantined students who test negative to COVID. A spokesperson for the Malta Tourism Authority told Times of Malta on Friday that the authority was in the process of organising the flights. Questions have been sent to the Health Ministry for further clarification.  ‘120 children kidnapped’ The news comes one day…

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