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Are you a non-resident in malta and you want to get vaccinated?

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Copia-di-guida-vaccinaleEXCLUSIVE NEWS:

YOU DON'T HAVE A MALTESE ID CARD BUT YOU'RE INTERNING OR WORKING IN MALTA AND WANT TO GET VACCINATED?

FOLLOW OUR STEP BY STEP GUIDE AND FIND OUT HOW TO GET THE VACCINE AND THE VACCINATION CERTIFICATE.

FROM THE 19TH OF JULY IT IS POSSIBLE TO RECEIVE THE COMPLETE VACCINATION CYCLE

Since July the 19th, the Maltese government has extended the vaccination campaign also to non-resident citizens, those who are not in possession of a Maltese ID. The procedure is simple and fast and once completed the cycle of two doses will allow non residents to obtain the vaccine certificate. The Italian-Maltese Chamber of Commerce has expressed to the Maltese authorities the needs of expats present in Malta for work, study or internship and has obtained the possibility to guarantee the vaccination even for those who do not have an identity card number ending with A, having a provisional ID made with an F-number. 

Here's how to proceed with the vaccination:

Step 1: Obtain a temporary Maltese ID. Go to the Mater Dei Hospital entrance in Msida and ask the appropriate staff how to get to the "Medical records" section of the building located at the basement floor. Only one person at a time will be allowed into the room, and during the procedure you will be asked for an ID and a rental or employment contract of three months or more. You will be given your temporary ID in sticker format in a few minutes and free of charge.

Step 2
: Once you have your ID, go to the University of Malta, which is only a few minutes away from the hospital. Once you arrive at the entrance, you will find special staff able to give you all the information regarding the correct section of the vaccination hub, and once in the area assigned to you, you can proceed to register for the vaccination cycle. You will be asked again for your documents and your ID sticker. Once the registration is complete, you will be given a ticket to certify the dose administered. Now go to the vaccination room and wait your turn!

Step 3: receive your dose and remember to keep the ticket, where the date of the second scheduled dose will be marked. Wait 15 minutes for observation in the waiting room and then you are free to go. Be sure to state if you have allergies, use medications, or have any health issues of any kind.

REMEMBER: Don't forget to bring your ID card and work or rental contract, proof of stay of three months or longer is required. Do not forget or lose the ticket issued during the registration phase, it is essential to certify the dose administered!

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