Tag: daily coronavirus press briefing

Watch: 96 new coronavirus cases; death toll at 166

Profs. Charmaine Gauci will be addressing a press briefing today at 12:30. Malta has registered XXX new coronavirus cases on Friday, from the previous day.

No new coronavirus cases as active cases go down to 13

No new coronavirus cases were detected following 892 swab tests over the last 24 hours.

Watch: Man, 72, discharged from hospital; 3 new coronavirus cases

No new recoveries were recorded on Tuesday

Watch: 2 healthcare workers among 6 new coronavirus cases

The two healthcare workers aged 25 and 27 work in the ENT (Ear, Nose, and Throat) Ward. A 53-year-old patient in the ward who suffered shortness of breath also tested positive after the health authorities carried out swab tests on patients and staff.

Watch: 1 coronavirus case detected; 12 people recover

One coronavirus case was detected after 944 swab tests were carried out in the last 24 hours.

4 new coronavirus cases as 8 individuals recover

Superintendent of Public Health Prof. Charmaine Gauci will deliver the daily coronavirus press briefing at 12.30pm on Saturday.

Watch: 9 new COVID-19 cases announced

Superintendent of Public Health Professor Charmaine Gauci announced nine new cases of coronavirus on Tuesday afternoon during the daily press briefing. A total of 1,051 swab tests were made during the past 24 hours.

Partners will be allowed to support women giving birth during second...

Professor Gauci explained that natural birth can last many hours and for this reason partners will not be allowed immediately but will be called in during the second stage when the woman would have almost given birth.

8 new cases announced; Total stands at 378

Superintendent of Public Health Professor Charmaine Gauci will be giving the daily updates on the coronavirus situation in Malta at noon on Easter Sunday.

Watch: 38 new COVID-19 cases; Pregnant women amongst the positive cases

At 12:30h, Prof. Charmaine Gauci will address the daily briefing on the current situation of the COVID-19 pandemic in Malta.