The Malta Independent 12 May 2021, Wednesday

1,137 Covid-related fines handed out last week, including 16 quarantine breaches

Monday, 19 April 2021, 16:08 Last update: about 22 days ago

1,137 Covid-19 related fines were handed out by authorities last week as a number of Covid measures remain in place.

663 people were found in breach of mask-wearing regulations.  People must wear a mask outdoors unless they are smoking or eating.

330 people meanwhile were fined for being in groups of more than what is permitted by law.  The law currently stipulates that people cannot be in groups of more than two outdoors unless they are from the same household.


125 people were also fined for breaking rules related to private gatherings.  By law, no more than two households can gather under one roof.

16 people meanwhile were fined with breaching quarantine regulations, while another three establishments were found to be open when they shouldn’t have been.

The numbers are similar to last week’s , when 1,261 people were fined for Covid-related breaches.

Sebat ijiem oħra ta’ infurzar biex tkun imħarsa s-saħħa tal-poplu Malti u Għawdxi fissru 1,137 multa 💶 Għal darb oħra,...

Posted by Covid19 Malta on Monday, April 19, 2021
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