MAM and MUMN suspend their directives

In a meeting between the Malta Medical Association (MAM) and the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health, Dr Chris Fearne, a principle agreement was reached on the amendments in a document regarding the holding of mass events and the hazards involved, as well as the increase of pandemic cases in order to avoid risks involved for medical staff and the public in general.

A meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday for refinements to be made to the agreed document.

In a gesture of goodwill, MAM said it is suspending its industrial directives to Wednesday, 5th August. MAM said that Tuesday’s meeting will be decisive.

Later, MUMN declared it is also suspending its directives.

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