Message from the Dean:
These are unprecedented, difficult times. It is the first pandemic that has hit our country within living history, and by far the largest to have hit our whole continent. We have taken the decision, like many other establishments to reduce the rate by which the virus spreads, by cancelling and postponing all classes and courses, for the time being. We are set up to provide live streaming courses to those students who had workshops scheduled in the coming two weeks, so hopefully, people can continue to learn while staying in the safety of their home. These actions will hopefully provide our medical services the working space to deal with each case as they come in. Meanwhile, on behalf of all the Malta Business School team, please stay safe, kind and respectful to each other. We shall keep you updated through this page as well as our dedicated LinkedIn and Facebook pages. This will pass, like everything else, and we will be back to normal, hopefully, soon. Lorenzo Mulè Stagno
Some useful advice and links:
A local expert’s advice: COVID19: As It Happens
If you have fever, cough, or shortness of breath on your return to Malta from any country with local transmission (including the high-risk countries):
- Phone the Public Health Helpline on 111 or (+356) 21324086 for advice.
- Do not go to private clinics, emergency department, health centres or other healthcare facilities.
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control
World Health Organization
WHO: How to handwash? With soap and water
CDC: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Some interesting articles about why prevention is so important