Covid-19 Updates for 2nd April

Here are todays updates regarding the Covid-19 in Malta as per the latest conference by Prof. Charmaine Gauci for today 2nd April 2020. Swabs done in last 24 hours - 738 ...

Private schools in Malta started to take a stand

As reported by Lovin Malta earlier today, at least two major Maltese primary and secondary schools have decided to take a stand. The Government has decided not to close down state public schools, but...

What can parents and children do to survive self-isolation, and each other?

“It gets a little crazy in our house,” Travis Diener says. Diener, a professional basketball player, lives in Cremona in the Covid-19 red zone of Lombardy, Italy, with his wife and three young children. They are...

A €10,000 fine for breaking obligatory quarantine

Patients diagnosed with COVID-19 caught breaching rules of self-isolation will now be subject to a €10,000 fine. The fine for those breaching quarantine rules currently remains at €3,000, after having been tripled last week. Both...

Chinese researchers confirmed that patients can transmit the coronavirus without showing symptoms

Chinese researchers have confirmed a case of asymptomatic transmission of the new coronavirus: A 20-year-old woman from Wuhan passed it to five of her family members but never got physically sick herself.

Iceland Malta with a great initiative

During this difficult time, Iceland Malta has shared a post informing the general public that as from tomorrow, their stores will open their doors to the elderly and the most vulnerable between...

Updated: Covid-19 Updates for 27th March

The daily press conference by Prof. Charmaine Gauci is to be held at 12.30pm today and live streamed on the MaltaGov Facebook page or live on TVM. Stay tuned here for an update with today's...

End of the world: Pope’s vision for final days revealed as doomsday prophecy ‘fulfilled’

The basis of the claims come from the predictions of Saint Malachy, the Archbishop of Armagh, to whom several miracles were attributed to in the 12th-century. In 1139, Malachy went to Rome from Ireland to...

Coronavirus Malta: Have you watched this video yet?!

Spare a few minutes of your day to watch this video. Although it was launched a few days ago and the situation has in the meantime become more serious, the message remains valid. https://youtu.be/pVtfZG_Z74Q

Coronavirus Malta: Schools to remain closed until end of June

In a news conference, Education Minister Owen Bonnici announced that schools will now be completely closed for this school year. This is the decision of the Government due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Schools will...