80 workers ordered to move out of hotel and given alternative accommodation

80 foreign workers who were found staying at a hotel in Sliema that was supposedly closed for business by means of an enforcement notice have been ordered by the Tourism Authority to move to another location.

Television Malta is informed that these foreigners working on a local project have already been given alternative accommodation by the operating company. It was ascertained that all workers had come to Malta before the date when mandatory quarantine was enforced. The case was also referred to the health authorities.

Meanwhile, in the last twenty-four hours two other people were caught breaking quarantine rules and were fined € 3,000 each.

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