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Trapped in Malta, staying with teenagers becomes a dream come true

Posted on Monday, July 12, 2021 at 11:07 AM.

Despite the negative PCR test, the French teenagers appointed by the Maltese authorities in connection with the case find themselves stranded in Malta.

They were looking forward to the holidays, but the trip turned out to be a dream. In Malta, French minorities stranded on the island to spend a language study trip.

Despite the PCR test being negative, reports suggest that the teens have been assigned to be prosecuted by local health officials. PFMTV, Monday July 12. They will have to bear their hardships patiently … in fact, According to Maltese rules, A case-related person must be self-isolated for 14 days.

The 17-year-old mother, trapped in Malta, and unwrapped, testified to her bewilderment PFMTV : “We’re completely lost. The crisis unit is nothing, nothing! (…) I was not warned that my son was in contact when he was a child, he left to do his own PCR test on their own, and they are completely abandoned overseas.”. He contacted the embassy and said he needed to follow local procedure.

Tourist organizations were told to close their doors

For this language study trip, he says he spent 4,500 euros. Hundreds of young people, like his son, were to take part in language courses and excursions, according to the news channel. However, they are now isolated in their rooms and taking online courses. One of the producers of the unhappy holiday, 17, spoke to Channel: “We are alone. We were a minority and we had to manage an island. We did not know where we were. We were developing a language we did not really speak.”, Thus handed over to the young man PFMTV, Monday July 12.

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Meanwhile, he and his classmates are taking their language lessons via video conference. The situation should not improve, because, from July 14, language companies will have to close their doors in Malta. Faced with a very active cycle of the Delta variant, Maltese authorities decided to close their borders to passengers who had not been fully vaccinated until Friday, July 14th.