Caritas Malta announced that due to Curia closure, Caritas cannot continue to offer its services from its offices in Floriana. However, Caritas Malta said that their team of professionals will continue providing their services to those who need it through e-mails, telephone calls and webcams where necessary.
As from 14 March, all Curia offices were closed. The offices which will be closed for the public include the Marriage Office, the Caritas Central Office and the Ecclesiastical Tribunals.
The Archdiocese said that this was being done as a precautionary measure to safeguard the health and security of the general public as well as its employees due to the ongoing situation.
ITS students will continue their studies online
In view of the measures by the Maltese Government due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the Institute of Tourism Studies (ITS) announced that although they closed their doors, students will not experience an impact on their learning as they will continue their studies online.
ITS said that students are able to proceed with their learning at the comfort of their home.
In a press statement, the Institute said it has also made arrangements for Bachelor Degree students who were studying at the Institute Paul Bocuse in France, to be repatriated to Malta. They came back last week. While students studying at the Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences in Finland will be continuing their studies online through a dedicated platform.
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