Travel to Malta - FINAL UPDATES for July for EU, UK, INDIA and UAE

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Here are the latest updates on Travel to Malta in July 2021. New restrictions are here set for travelling to the Maltese Islands. The major change is ...

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Here are the latest updates on Travel to Malta in July 2021. New restrictions are here set for travelling to the Maltese Islands.

The major change is the requirement of a vaccine certificate to be allowed a quarantine-free entry into the island from a 'red list' of countries and the introduction of mandatory quarantine for unvaccinated arrivals.

Here are some of the rules you need to know before you travel.

I am fully vaccinated, can I visit Malta quarantine-free?

Not necessarily. The authorities are currently only accepting vaccine certificates from the EU, Switzerland and the UK.

According to the Malta Airport authorities, vaccine certificates from Dubai and Turkey are also being accepted from Wednesday, although the government has not announced this change.

And although in principle, anyone who has the EU’s digital COVID certificate (EUDCC) can show the authorities they are fully vaccinated, tested for the virus or have already contracted COVID-19 in the past, the Maltese authorities will only recognise the vaccine part of this document.

Importantly, the vaccine you have been administered must also be approved by the European Medicines Authority – ie, Moderna, Pfizer, AstraZeneca or Janssen (Johnson & Johnson).

There is some confusion around whether Malta will accept people who were vaccinated with three batches of the AstraZeneca vaccine manufactured in India.

Links:

https://legislation.mt/eli/ln/2021/301/eng

And

https://timesofmalta.com/articles/view/maltas-latest-travel-rules-explained.886552

Contact:

Ig: alexinmalta
Fb: Alex Vasilevski
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