Mandatory quarantine for all incoming passengers

Chamber News - 13th March 2020

This afternoon, Prime Minister Robert Abela announced that, with immediate effect, anyone arriving from any country is obliged to serve a 14-day mandatory quarantine period. 

This afternoon, Prime Minister Robert Abela announced that, with immediate effect, anyone arriving from any country is obliged to serve a 14-day mandatory quarantine period.

Police will be carrying out spot checks to make sure that this two-week quarantine is being observed. Anyone who is found breaching it, will face a fine of €1,000 for every day breached.

Stringent measures will also be taken with regards to third country nationals, including the removal of their work permit or even deportation, if they are found not to abide by these same rules.


13th March 2020

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The strategy addresses important issues dealing both with social justice as well as economic potential.