COVID-19: Malta on the right track in its fight against the virus

Malta Covid-19

Hans Kluge, the World Health Organisation’s regional director for Europe had nothing but words of praise for Malta, as the islands were recognised for their sterling effort when it comes to dealing with the current global COVID-19 pandemic.

“Malta is on the right track and an example to follow” tweeted Hans Kluge on Saturday 28 March 2020.

Since the first cases of the coronavirus in Malta were announced earlier in March, Malta has adopted stringent measures to combat a significant outbreak on the islands. The government has been introducing measures regularly in a bid to spread out contagion and avoid overwhelming the health services. It has blocked all flights and closed all non-essential shops, non-essential services, bars, restaurants, and gyms, amongst others. Meanwhile, all schools and educational establishments will remain closed until the next scholastic year. People over the age of 65 years, pregnant women and people with chronic illnesses are also to stay at home as a preventative measure.

Malta has also undergone a major testing campaign, swabbing close to 6,000 people in a matter of three weeks, one of the highest per capita in Europe.

We at Frank Salt Real Estate, have also taken several initiatives and measures to ensure the safety of our employees and clients.

To keep us all safe, we are temporarily working behind closed doors until further notice. We encourage you to contact us by phone or by email. Most of our team members are also available via Skype, Messenger or WhatsApp.

You may also use our website to search for properties, send us your property wish list or register your property for sale or to let and we will get back to you at the earliest.

We are trying to do our part to help prevent any further spreading of the COVID-19 virus in Malta so that business will be back to normal as soon as possible.

The Frank Salt Real Estate team