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重要新闻:马耳他关闭所有非必要的零售商店和服务,禁止所有公共聚会
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BREAKING: Malta Closes All Non-Essential Retail Stores And Services, Bans All Public Gatherings

重要新闻:马耳他关闭所有非必要的零售商店和服务,禁止所有公共聚会


Malta has closed down all non-essential retail stores and services and has banned all public activities to help contain the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, Health Minister Chris Fearne has announced.

马耳他卫生部长克里斯·菲恩(Chris Fearne)宣布,马耳他已关闭所有非必要的零售商店和服务,并禁止所有公共活动以遏制COVID-19冠状病毒的传播。

This means that stores selling clothing items, electronics, household goods and toys, as well as hairdressers, beauticians and tattoo parlours will all close down as of tomorrow morning. Outlets providing crucial services, such as supermarkets, confectionaries, pet shops, postal services, medical services, banks, stationaries, transport companies, telecommunications companies and media outlets will remain open. Construction will also not be impacted by these new restrictions.

这意味着,从明天早上起(3月23日),销售服装,电子产品,家居用品和玩具的商店以及美发师,美容师和纹身店将全部关闭。提供重要服务的商店,例如超级市场,糖果店,宠物店,邮政服务,医疗服务,银行,文具,运输公司,电信公司和媒体商店,将保持开放。这些新限制也不会影响施工。

Shops will still be able to provide home deliveries.

商店仍然可以提供送货上门的服务。

Public gatherings will also be banned, with full details to be announced tomorrow morning.

公开聚会也将被禁止,所有细节将在明天早上宣布。

Anyone who is caught breaking these rules will be fined €3,000.

任何违反这些规定的人将被罚款3,000欧元。

The new restrictive measures were announced shortly after 17 new COVID-19 patients were confirmed in Malta, bringing the total number up to 90 cases.

目前,马耳他确诊病例新增17例,总数达到90例。马耳他卫生部才宣布这项新的限制措施。

 (信息转载自lovinmalta)


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