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For the first time, no new Covid-19 case registered in Malta

Addressing a press conference this morning, Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne announced that no new Covid-19 case was registered in Malta today.

This is the first time since the first Covid-19 case was registered in Malta on the 7th March.

He also announced that 33 other persons were confirmed cured. While referring to the virus spreading low rate, he said that more persons are being cured than infected.

Dr Fearne said that this is good news that make us proud because not all countries achieved these results, adding that the results are the effort of measures taken by the authorities and also the responsibility shown by the public.

The deputy PM said that authorities will study in the coming days those measures to be gradually relaxed.

He stated that countries who reduced measures haphazardly faced a strong second wave, and therefore he added that authorities will follow advice based on science to that instead of a tsunami we will have only a river.

Iktar dettalji dalwaqt. Sadanittant, segwi l-konferenza hawn:

Id-Deputat PM u Ministru għas-Saħħa jindirizza konferenza stampa dwar il-Covid-19

Id-Deputat PM u Ministru għas-Saħħa jindirizza konferenza stampa dwar il-Covid-19

Gepostet von Television Malta am Sonntag, 26. April 2020

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