Malta to Drop COVID-Related Entry Restrictions on July 25

Malta to Drop COVID-Related Entry Restrictions on July 25

The Maltese authorities have announced that the country will drop its COVID-19 entry restrictions on 25 July 2022.

According to the official website Visit Malta, starting from 25 July, all travellers will be permitted restriction-free entry. This means that Malta will no longer require travellers to present a vaccination, recovery, or test certificate upon arrival.

“As from July 25, 2022, people travelling to Malta without a vaccine certificate or a recovery certificate do not need to present a negative PCR/Rapid Test before arriving in Malta,”

Visit Malta

Until July 25, all travellers visiting Malta must hold valid COVID-19 proof.

The Maltese government notes that all travellers, regardless of their country of origin, currently must present a vaccination, recovery, or test certificate. In addition, the same notes that the certificates must meet the validity rules.

All travellers over 12 have to comply with the above requirements to enter Malta.

The majority of the European Union/Schengen Area countries have dropped COVID-related entry restrictions.

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