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WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 26 JULY 2023 • ISSUE 854 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY SMART CITY • PAGE 7 PAGE 7 PAGE 3 PAGE 4 GasanZammit Motors Ltd., Triq il-Merghat, Zone 1, Central Business District, Birkirkara CBD 1020 Tel: 27788225 email: | The Volvo XC60 Energy minister shuns Opposition's call for a state of emergency to be declared KARL AZZOPARDI AND MATTHEW VELLA FOUR persons have died over the weekend as a direct result of the sweltering temperatures which have swept Malta over the past week. A health ministry spokesper- son confirmed that between the 22 and 23 July, one death was attributed to hyperthermia. Hyperthermia is an elevated body temperature above the normal range, leading to symp- toms like sweating, dehydra- tion, rapid breathing, and con- fusion. MARIANNA CALLEJA MIRIAM Dalli has shunned calls to declare the current electricity crisis a national emergency, insist- ing the immediate priority is to re- store power as quickly as possible. "What difference will it make to what we are doing now? Now is not the time for political the- atrics," the Energy Minister said in reaction to Opposition leader Bernard Grech's call for a na- tional emergency to be declared. Four people have died from hyperthermia and dehydration over the weekend as a direct result of the heat dome which engulfed Malta • Power cuts persist, leaving thousands in misery At least four dead due to sweltering temperatures Fatal heatwave Rising heat and blackouts now affecting Maltese milk production Energy Minister Miriam Dalli (File photo)

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