As of next Thursday 29th October, all bars and local band clubs will remain closed. Furthermore, as of the same date, only 6 people can convene in public spaces instead of 10.
For.U.M. has joined other organisations as it strongly believes that steps taken immediately by the respective authorities could reduce the spread of the virus and slowly reduce the rate of infection to the point where life could truly get close to normality.
Since the Curia announced that public Masses will resume as from today, the 13th of June, the Archdiocese has been issuing measure to safeguard health and safety before, during and after the celebration of Mass.
The MFPA referred to the statment by Prime Minister Robert Abela, who on Sunday said that we are past coronavirus and that our country will be returing to normality. On Monday, Prime Minister Abela announced the lifting of more measures against coronavirus.
With the re-opening of a number of businesses, the public will have to follow guidelines set by the authorities. Even re-opened businesses will have to adhere to the guidelines and regulations issued by the government so as to avoid the spread of coronavirus.
The Local Council does not feel it's safe yet
Minister for Tourism and Consumer Protection Julia Farrugia Portelli addresses a press conference on the latest tourism measures related to COVID-19.
Italian shops, hairdressers and restaurants finally threw open their doors on Monday as the country sped up efforts to bounce back from the coronavirus crisis after a 10-week lockdown.
PM Robert Abela will address a press conference this evening