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Watch: Technicians “Light the Sky” as a show of appreciation to health workers

Last night everyone in the vicinity of the Birkirkara Bypass, San Gwann and Gharghur would have noticed the sky lighting up in appreciation of the work carried out by all the health workers who are at the forefront in the fight against COVID- 19.

The initiative known as #LightTheSky is a partnership of Studioseven and a large number of international companies whose technicians provide lighting and audio-visual services creating a 30-minute light show.
Economists are arguing that companies providing audio visual services are economically among the worst affected by the pandemic. Nevertheless, they came together in a show of thanks and to give a signal of hope to all affected countries including Malta.

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