PHOTOS Malta orders bars, restaurants, cinemas to close due to coronavirus

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Malta orders bars, restaurants, cinemas to close due to coronavirus

Xinhua

23:47, March 18, 2020

A handwritten notice announcing temporary close is seen outside a shop in Valletta, Malta, on March 17, 2020. Malta has announced the closure of all bars, restaurants, gymnasia, clubs, gaming parlours and any other places of entertainment which attract crowds as a measure to curb the spread of coronavirus, Prime Minister Robert Abela announced on Monday. (Photo by Jonathan Borg/Xinhua)

The St John's Co-Cathedral, Malta's main attraction, is seen temporarily closed in Valletta, Malta, on March 17, 2020. Malta has announced the closure of all bars, restaurants, gymnasia, clubs, gaming parlours and any other places of entertainment which attract crowds as a measure to curb the spread of coronavirus, Prime Minister Robert Abela announced on Monday. (Photo by Jonathan Borg/Xinhua)

A painting praying for safety is seen hung on a balcony in Valletta, Malta, on March 17, 2020. Malta has announced the closure of all bars, restaurants, gymnasia, clubs, gaming parlours and any other places of entertainment which attract crowds as a measure to curb the spread of coronavirus, Prime Minister Robert Abela announced on Monday. (Photo by Jonathan Borg/Xinhua)

Seats are empty outside a restaurant in Valletta, Malta, on March 17, 2020. Malta has announced the closure of all bars, restaurants, gymnasia, clubs, gaming parlours and any other places of entertainment which attract crowds as a measure to curb the spread of coronavirus, Prime Minister Robert Abela announced on Monday. (Photo by Jonathan Borg/Xinhua)

A pedestrian walks through an empty street in Valletta, Malta, on March 17, 2020. Malta has announced the closure of all bars, restaurants, gymnasia, clubs, gaming parlours and any other places of entertainment which attract crowds as a measure to curb the spread of coronavirus, Prime Minister Robert Abela announced on Monday. (Photo by Jonathan Borg/Xinhua)

A painting praying for safety is seen hung on a balcony in Valletta, Malta, on March 17, 2020. Malta has announced the closure of all bars, restaurants, gymnasia, clubs, gaming parlours and any other places of entertainment which attract crowds as a measure to curb the spread of coronavirus, Prime Minister Robert Abela announced on Monday. (Photo by Jonathan Borg/Xinhua)

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