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 RULES UPDATES Covid 19

Update 04/04/2022

Malta’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health Chris Fearne, this morning announced that the Health Authorities will be proceeding with their COVID-19 exit roadmap as planned. Mr Fearne said that at present, despite observing an increase in daily cases, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, has confirmed that Malta had the lowest rate of COVID-related ITU occupancy across the EU.

This, together with the fact that the majority of the Maltese population has now received the third dose of the vaccine against COVID-19, will lead to further relaxing of COVID-19 measures, including easing of restrictions relating to incoming travel.

In fact, as from Monday 11th April 2022, incoming tourists travelling to Malta from a country on the red list will be allowed in with a negative PCR test (taken up to 72 hours prior to arrival) or a recognised Covid recovery certificate which cannot be older than 180 days.

Apart from this, Malta’s Deputy Prime Minister also announced that as planned, as from the 10th April 2022, a vaccine certificate is no longer needed for persons to attend standing outdoor events, or seated indoor events.

 

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