Malta has confirmed over 300 new COVID-19 cases in the span of 24 hours for the first time ever.
A total of 336 cases have been announced along with 80 recoveries.
This comes after Malta recorded its worst week of COVID-19 last week with daily figures almost always exceeding 200 cases.
Unfortunately, three patients have died overnight because of COVID-19.
Malta marks one year of COVID-19 on the island in four days – a year defined by quasi lockdowns, restrictions and a nationwide vaccination program with herd immunity expected to be reached by summer.
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