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mt survey TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT/COVID19 SUNDAY • 14 MARCH 2021 • ISSUE 1115• PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY maltatoday Fathers-to-be cannot understand why they cannot be by their partners' side PAGE 8 COVID and pregnancy BERNARD GRECH We're fighting for crumbs Vincent Muscat testimony in Caruana Galizia murder case PAGE 4 Why is the PN leader still not making substantial inroads despite Labour's losses in polls? PAGES 14-15 This informaaon campaign was produced with the financial support of the European Union. Cohesion funding is being invested in new modes of transport, allowing us to get to our desanaaon in a faster, cleaner way! Discover more on OUREU.MT Find us on and Car bomb victim was investigated over 2008 Butterfly Bar murder PAGES 2-3 €1.95 KURT SANSONE WITH COVID-19 infections shooting up it comes as no sur- prise that the pandemic is the topmost concern by far in a MaltaToday survey. COVID-19 is indicated as the main concern by 81.3% of people, cut- ting across all age groups, r e g i o n s , men and women. A similar sur- vey last De- cember also saw COVID-19 come out on top, albeit with a score of 46.2%. The second highest concern is corruption with 7.1%, followed by the environment with 2.5%. Last December, corruption al- so placed second with 10.8%, followed by immi- gration. COVID trumps all concerns, but corruption is major worry for Maltese Romeo Bone, victim of the 2017 car bomb explosion in Msida, had been questioned over murder of Raymond Agius, father of brothers accused of procuring bomb that killed Caruana Galizia 14 MARCH 2021 MATTHEW VELLA ROMEO Bone, the man tar- geted in the February 2017 car bomb in Msida, had been investigated by police on sus- picion of having assassinated Raymond Agius in 2008, the father of Adrian and Robert Agius. "George said, 'Let's hope this one's not like the Bone bomb'. And then one of the Maksar brothers said that bomb had not been placed under the seat but under the key lock. The car door had shielded him." The February 2017 car bomb in Msida Matthew Pace: catering fighting for survival in COVID lockdown INTERVIEW MT2

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