Coronavirus in Malta and English courses
On 12th March 2020, the Maltese Authorities decided to shut down all English schools in Malta, as a precautionary measure to limit the spread of Coronavirus in Malta.
English schools in Malta will remain closed until the end of June.
All the students who wish to continue studying English or who would like to start an English course can do so joining an online English course.
All the schools are currently running online courses at very special prices.
The following online English courses are available:
- General English standard group course (20 lessons per week)
- General English private and semi-private lessons
- Intensive English group course (30 lessons per week)
- Business English group course (20 lessons per week)
- Business English Private and semi-private lessons
- English for specific purposes private and semi-private lessons
To get a customised quote, please feel free to get in touch here or send us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coronavirus in Malta – Updates
On 14th April 2020, there are 522 confirmed Coronavirus cases, of which 73 active cases, 443 recovered and 6 deaths Click here for daily updates.
On 21st April 2020, there are 443 confirmed Coronavirus cases, of which 290 active cases, 150 recovered and 3 deaths Click here for daily updates.
On 14th April 2020, there are 393 confirmed Coronavirus cases, of which 346 active cases, 44 recovered and 3 deaths Click here for daily updates.
On 11th April 2020, there are 370 confirmed Coronavirus cases, of which 351 active cases, 16 recovered and 3 deaths Click here for daily updates.
On 9th April 2020, the Maltese authorities invited all foreigners stranded in Malta to apply for repatriation flights. All foreign nationals, whether residents or visitors, who wish to return to their countries should register their interest in repatriation flights on: foreignandeu.gov.mt/apply by Sunday 19th April. The offer also applies to people without a work permit.
In view of the COVID-19 outbreak, Identity Malta Agency has introduced new procedures which will remain in place until further notice.
EU, EEA and Swiss nationals, as well as their family members, who have either been in Malta for (3) three months and have not yet registered their residence or whose residence document has expired, should send an email to email@example.com. Applicants will receive a confirmation email as proof of their registration.
The Central Visa Unit will be open to the public from Monday to Friday between 08:00 am and 11:00 am. Customers will only be seen by appointment. To book an appointment, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Maltese Authorities did not call for a total lockdown yet, however they put in place restrictive measures to limit the spread of the Coronavirus. Among them: closure of all non-essential retail outlets and outlets providing non-essential services, suspension of all organised events, including all cultural, recreational, entertainment, sporting and religious events and exhibitions in public or private places, prohibition of group gathering of more than 3.
On 17th March 2020, the Maltese Government announced the suspension of all inbound commercial flights as of 20th March 2020 at 23:59 and until further notice. Malta International Airport is operational to facilitate the arrival and departure of cargo, humanitarian and repatriation flights.
Coronavirus in Malta – Covid-19 Helplines
111 – For those who feel symptoms of COVID-19 or who wish further information
21411 411 – For those in mandatory quarantine who require provisions of food and medicine
144 – For those who require information about the financial measures administered by Malta Enterprise.
153 – For those who require information about the financial measures administered by the Department for Social Security.
1772 – For those who are feeling lonely.
1575 – For employees to enquire about wages and conditions of work.
1576 – For employers to enquire about wages and conditions of work.
22944511/22944504 – To report breaches of regulations regarding public health and Covid-19 to the Police.
2204 2200 – For Maltese residents who were caught in one of the high-risk countries and wish to return to Malta
25981000 – For those who have questions about the educational sector and the impact of the coronavirus
21692447– For hoteliers and tourists who have questions about the announced measures.
25903030 – For elderly persons bereft of support who need medicines, ready-made meals or food products (fruit and vegetables).
25469111 – For those who work in the gaming industry.