Malta removes entry restrictions for travelers from all countries
Malta Minister of Health Chris Fearn, also serving as Deputy Prime Minister, announced that health authorities are continuing to implement their roadmap for a smooth transition from COVID-19. Malta currently has the lowest hospital fund occupancy rate due to COVID in the entire EU, despite rising daily cases, he said. This is confirmed by the data of the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control.
Along with this, the majority of Maltese citizens have already received the third dose of the vaccine, that is, further weakening of measures to combat COVID-19, including for those entering, is quite justified.
From April 11, 2022, foreign tourists arriving in Malta from countries on the Red List will be allowed entry if they have a negative PCR test taken 72 hours before arrival, or a certificate of recovery from Coronavirus valid for up to 180 days.
Furthermore, as of April 10, 2022, a vaccination certificate is no longer required to attend any event, both outdoors and indoors.