Malta has revised its entry rules to allow only fully vaccinated persons to enter Malta. With effect from 14 July, due to the recent increase in cases of infections imported from abroad, Malta’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Health, together with the Public Health Supervisor, announced that English language schools will be closed again until further notice.

From Monday 28 June, restaurants, bars, clubs, and snack bars will be allowed to continue operating until 2 am, when permitted by the establishment’s license. Establishments whose license requires them to close before 2 am must close at the time set out in the same license. 

Passengers arriving in the country by plane will continue to be subject to travel restrictions, including security clearance checks, while road, rail and water borders can now be entered without restriction by anyone from most of the neighboring states.

As from the 30th June, only fully vaccinated persons can travel to Malta from the United Kingdom. Currently, only the Maltese vaccination certificate is a valid certificate accepted by the Maltese Authorities. As from the 30th June, the NHS COVID Pass Letter will be accepted. As from the 1st July, the EU digital COVID vaccine certificate will be accepted as well.  

Green List

Travellers coming to Malta from the ‘Green List' of safe countries will NOT be subjected to a swab test on arrival. There will only be thermal screening at the airport and persons arriving will be asked to fill a self-declaration form requesting information on their travels in the previous 30 days. Specifically, they will be asked to confirm that they have not travelled anywhere outside the safe countries listed.

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