According to Malta's official travel portal VisitMalta, starting July 25, all tourists will be allowed entry without restrictions . This means that Malta will no longer require travelers to present a vaccination certificate, a certificate of recovery or a test on arrival.
From July 25, 2022, anyone who wishes to enter Malta without a vaccination certificate or a certificate of recovery must no need to show a negative PCR or rapid test at the border, — VisitMalta said in a statement.
Until July 25, when this decision officially takes effect, all travelers aged 12 years and over must have one of the above documents confirming the absence of illness.
Malta will cancel coronavirus checks and controls at the border, despite the increase of COVID-19 infections across the European continent.
The World Health Organization reports that 3,769 new cases of coronavirus infection have been reported in Malta in the previous seven days.
In terms of vaccination rates, the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) shows that as of June 30, 1,248,452 doses of the vaccine had been administered in Malta. 93.9 percent of all adults in Malta have completed their primary vaccination and another 80.5 percent have received their first shot.
If Malta is just waiting for the lifting of restrictions, most European Union/Schengen countries have already done so.
List of EU/Schengen countries that have lifted all entry restrictions related to COVID-19: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Hungary, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Finland, Croatia, Czech Republic, Sweden, Switzerland and Estonia.
All tourists, regardless of their country origin can enter the above countries even if they do not have a vaccination certificate, a health certificate or test results. TURIZM.RU