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The GamingMalta Foundation, backed by the Government and the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), on Friday announced it has embarked on a COVID-19 vaccine initiative for the local gaming industry.

In line with existing initiatives by local Health Authorities towards reaching herd immunity, GamingMalta is currently assisting the local gaming industry towards COVID-19 vaccination of its respective personnel by coordinating a bespoke service for the sector.

As of today (Monday), registration for the COVID jab has been opened up to the 16 and over cohort, meaning all adults on the island are able to book their appointment.

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Posted by GamingMalta on Friday, 14 May 2021

Speaking on the GamingMalta initiative, COO Ivan Filletti said:

“Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, GamingMalta has acted as a point of reference and assistance for the local gaming industry. This COVID-19 vaccination initiative is another step towards a mutual effort to safeguard the health of the industry’s talent, a task that remains at the forefront of our efforts. Let us get through the final hurdle together, as one.”

This initiative has been welcomed by both industry operators and personnel alike. It follows several other initiatives set out by GamingMalta including, a dedicated helpline for immediate assistance and other matters.

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GamingMalta COO Ivan Filletti

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