Latest News for: Valletta health


‘Steward are fleeing from their responsibilities, and government doesn’t know what to do’ – Delia

Independent Online 16 Mar 2023
Standing outside the Health Ministry in Valletta, Delia said that the news that Steward would be terminating the concession “confirmed that those who were supposed to give us a state of the art health service were only interested in defrauding the people.” ... “This is your money, your health, your hospitals, your country.

Hundreds turn up in protest outside Parliament as House debates rescinded hospitals deal

Independent Online 27 Feb 2023
Hundreds of people turned up outside Parliament building in Valletta on Monday evening as the House of Representatives discussed the rescinded hospitals deal.

Malta to offer COVID jabs to children from 6 months

The Star 04 Jan 2023
VALLETTA, Jan. 4 (Xinhua) -- Malta is to begin vaccinating children as young as six months, Health Minister Chris Fearne said on Wednesday. Read full story ... .

Vigil against abortion held outside Parliament

The Malta Independent 07 Dec 2022
... when a mother's life in at risk, or her health in grave jeopardy.

Seychelles, Malta pledge to strengthen health ties |23 November 2022

Nation 23 Nov 2022
Health Minister Peggy Vidot and deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister of Malta, Christopher Fearne, agreed to the principles of that MoU in Valletta, capital of Malta, on Friday last week on the sidelines of the Malta Med-Tech Conference ... We have a lot to learn from their rich history and vast experience in health,” he further stated.

Malta launches strategy to strengthen health workforce

The Star 26 Oct 2022
VALLETTA, Oct. 26 (Xinhua) -- Malta's Health Ministry on Wednesday launched a strategy that aims to beef up the country's workforce in the health sector which is struggling to cope with departures and a lack of new recruits. Read full story ... .

Action for Breast Cancer Foundation launches fitness for health initiative

The Malta Independent 08 Oct 2022
The Fitness for Health launch event at Hard Rock Café at Valletta Waterfront was addressed by Action for Breast Cancer Foundation Chairperson Esther Sant, the Chief Medical Officer Mr Walter Busuttil, Mark Galeone and Antonello Gauci from Garmin, and Hard Rock Café General Manager Ryan Bonnici.

‘Government causing irreparable damage to Valletta identity, heritage’ – PN minority leader

Independent Online 18 Sep 2022
Government is causing irreparable damage to the identity and national heritage of Valletta, and future generations will judge us for this moment, local council minority leader Christian Micallef told The Malta Independent on Sunday ...Everybody benefited from this success, including restaurant and hotel owners in Valletta.

‘Strong effort’ needed to restore environmental areas damaged by nature, illegalities

Independent Online 18 Sep 2022
There have been various occasions in which floods and fires destroyed habitats, while illegalities such as offroading and dumping of waste also caused harm ... Urban areas lack greenery ... People must walk and enjoy walking for their health’s sake. “Valletta is very pedestrianised, but still lacks soft landscaping,” she said ... Captions ... .

Says Valletta Is A ‘Radical Ideologue’

Putnam County News 02 Aug 2022
Kathleen Valletta is saying she supports non-physician health care practitioners (not a […].

Malta renews push for elderly to take COVID-19 booster shot

Urdu Point 20 Jun 2022
VALLETTA, (APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 20th Jun, 2022 ) .The health authorities in Malta urge those over the age of 65 who have not yet received their COVID-19 booster shot to do so as the country is experiencing a drastic increase in new cases, Health Minister Chris Fearne said here on Monday.

Malta activists protest, seek to decriminalize abortion

Federal News Radio 16 Jun 2022
Toting banners reading “I decide,” “Abortion is a woman’s right” and “Abortion is health care, not a crime,” the activists protested on the steps of Valletta’s legal courts after filing the complaint ... protested on the steps of Valletta’s legal courts after filing the complaint.

Malta detects first case of monkeypox 28 May 2022
VALLETTA, May 28 (Xinhua) -- Malta has detected the first case of monkeypox, health authorities announced on Saturday.

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