Covid-19
Mandatory quarantine from today for all arrivals in Malta

Another measure has been announced in light of the Covid-19 situation in Malta.

The Prime Minister has announced that with effect from today the 14-day quarantine period will be mandatory for everyone arriving in Malta, irrespective of their country of origin.

Anyone contravening this directive will have to pay the 1,000 euro fine for every contravention.

The Prime Minister further stated that there is no need for panic, and the situation is under control.

Whilst appealing for a sense of responsibility, the Prime Minister called for the continuation of the normal working day.

Il-Prim Ministru Robert Abela jindirizza konferenza stampa dwar il-COVID-19

Prime Minister Robert Abela addresses a press conference about COVID-19

Gepostet von Television Malta am Freitag, 13. März 2020

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