Malta lifts all entry restrictions for foreign tourists

Malta has lifted all entry restrictions for foreign tourists

From July 25, all travelers will now can enter Malta for any purpose, even if they do not have a vaccination certificate, a certificate of recovery or test results.

The removal of the entry rules by Malta's official tourism portal Visit Malta announced earlier this month. The text stated that travelers, regardless of their country of origin, would be allowed entry without restrictions once those restrictions were lifted.

“From July 25, 2022, citizens traveling to Malta without a vaccination certificate or no need to present a negative PCR/rapid test before arrival.

Malta has decided to lift entry restrictions despite the high number of infections reported in the EU. According to the World Health Organization, 3,425 new cases of coronavirus infection have been registered in Malta over the past seven days. 

In terms of vaccination rates, according to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, as of 30 In June, about 1.25 million doses of the vaccine were administered in Malta.

Recall that 25 countries in Europe have already canceled all their entry rules due to COVID. Among them: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Hungary, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Finland, Croatia, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden and Estonia/ 

All these countries allow entry without restrictions, that is, travelers do not need to present absolutely any documents upon arrival, except for a valid passport. 

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