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As COVID-19 restrictions are gradually relaxed, employers and workers must work together to adapt and promote safe work practices consistent with advice from public health authorities and to ensure that premises are ready for the social distancing and correct hygiene measures that are critical to the success of the transition. Employers and workers must prevent…

The guidelines on the return to sport in Malta as part of the COVID-19 transition are intended for the sporting associations and athletes who fall under the supervision of SportMalta. They are based on international guidelines and scientific literature, and are in accordance with the guidance issued by the Public Health Authorities. They are intended…

Mil-lum, is-Sibt, 23 ta’ Mejju, reġgħu nfetħu uffiċjalment il-bibien tal-faċilitajiet sportivi ‘outdoor’  ta’ SportMalta għall-atleti, wara li ilhom magħluqin għall-aħħar xahrejn minħabba l-pandemija tal-Covid-19.   It-taħriġ tal-atleti jista’ jsir fi gruppi ta’ sitta u jista’ jkun magħmul minn ħames atleti u kowċ jew grupp ta’ sitt atleti, u n-numru totali ta’ persuni permessi fil-post għandu jammonta…

The impact of Covid-19 has been felt globally. Lockdowns and restrictions across Europe have put huge strain on everyone’s health and wellbeing. People have felt isolated, detached and levels of physical activity have been falling. But, physical activity has never played a more important role in people’s lives than today and it has the power…

SportMalta and the Parliamentary Secretariat for Sport in the last weeks had worked closely with Associations, Federations and Clubs to produce a list of guidelines for the return to Sport as part of the COVID-19.  This document was discussed and approved by the Public Health Authorities.  It serves as a guideline to all sport following…

The National Pool Complex and the Marsa Sport Complex will be opening its outdoor facilities as from Monday, whilst the National Shooting Range will be open from Saturday.  As per guidelines issued by the Public Health Authorities, all facilities will be opened exclusively for registered athletes at the Associations` and Clubs` discretion. No other persons…

The 7th full partner meeting of the EU funded ONSIDE project took place on Thursday 14th of May 2020. The meeting should have taken place in Sofia, Bulgaria hosted by project partner the National Sports Academy “Vassil Levski” but instead took place as an online meeting due to the Coronavirus situation in Europe. 17 participants…

Daily videos with fitness tips from our #OnTheMove Coaches is now being aired on a daily basis on television. But here are the daily videos… Today’s video is from Bela Grundmann…  

The European Commission in collaboration with SportMalta, as the National Coordinating Body for the European Week of Sport, are presenting once again the #BeInclusive Awards. If your organization is working with disadvantaged groups, facing challenging circumstances and using sport to integrate these groups, we would like to know. Organizations which are implementing such projects can…

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