MIP notice on COVID-19

Anyone needing to contact any MIP employee is to either phone on 2226 4400 or else send an email on info@mip.com.mt.

 

19-March-2020

The Government of Malta has announced a €1.81 billion economic package to support the local economy in overcoming the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 virus and ensure a rapid recovery. Amongst others, the package includes €1.6 billion worth of liquidity to businesses, €150 million in bank guarantees through the National Fund for Social Development, and assistance to those businesses that pay quarantine leave to their employees.

Further information may be found on the post dated 19th March, 2020 on covid19malta.info, by calling Business 1st on phone number 144, or by sending an email to covid@maltaenterprise.com.

 

16-March-2020

Malta Industrial Parks Ltd (MIP) is closely monitoring local developments in relation to the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We care deeply about the safety, health and well-being of our clients and our own employees, and we have thus taken and will continue taking whatever measures we can to safeguard these.

We are abiding by the health authorities’ advice and strongly encourage everyone to do the same, with the latest updates being published on: covid19malta.info

In order to minimise operational disruptions but at the same time implement social distancing, we have enabled our employees to have virtual meetings and any walk-ins or face-to-face meetings are being discouraged until further notice.

Measures to facilitate hygiene and sanitisation over and above our normal, good practices have also been taken in view of the exceptional situation.

These precautionary measures are being taken in line with developments and instructions from the Government of Malta. At the same time, however, we would also like to urge everyone not to panic unnecessarily.

Anyone needing to contact any MIP employee is to either phone on 2226 4400 or else send an email on info@mip.com.mt.

We thank you for your collaboration and support.

 

 

MIP


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