No groups caught breaching law for 2nd consecutive day

Miguela Xuereb

No groups of more than four persons were caught in public places today for the second consecutive day.

This was announced in the Government’s daily coronavirus news bulletin.

Yesterday was the first time since the Government implemented laws which prohibit people from gathering in groups of more than four persons in public places, to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Moreover, no one was found breaching obligatory quarantine during any of the 389 inspections carried out.

Today the sixth coronavirus death was announced, that of Prof. Aaron Casha, a surgeon and lecturer, who was 53 years old. He was being treated in Mater Dei Hospital for other chronic conditions.

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