Finance Minister Edward Scicluna this afternoon washed his hands off any responsibility for the concession to run three public hospitals granted by Vitals – even as he defended the concession as it stood.
One of the busiest streets of Valletta, which has been plagued with dirty water and seeping sewage for a number of years, will hopefully see the situation resolved in the coming week, Newsbook.com.mt has learnt. Valletta Mayor Alfred Zammit told this newsroom that the works will begin on Monday.
Long queues have formed at the Malta International Airport as inbound passengers made their way inside the airport to get screened prior to entering the country. However, both inbound passengers from high-risk countries and others were left to stand in the same area without segregating the passengers. Further, both categories of passengers are passing through the same thermal scanners used to detect the coronavirus.