What are the newest admission rules for Britons visiting Malta? Travel guidance from the FCDO.
MALTA has rigorous entry requirements for visitors from the United Kingdom. On October 1, the Foreign Office published a new update to its travel guidance page. What are the most recent regulations? Malta, like most nations since the coronavirus pandemic broke out, has severe entrance rules for visitors from the United Kingdom. The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) has issued a new update to its travel advice page for those presently in or planning to visit Malta in recent weeks. “Changes for acceptance of recovery and one dose vaccination certificates, as well as COVID limits in public spaces,” according to the most recent update. The Maltese authorities have asked all entrants from the United Kingdom to produce confirmation of complete immunization since June 30, 2021.
“This must prove that you obtained a full course of vaccination at least 14 days before to your arrival,” the FCDO said.
“If you live in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, or Wales, Malta will accept both the digital and paper forms of the UK’s COVID vaccine certification as proof of vaccination status.”
Travellers who obtained their immunization in the EU will be able to show proof of vaccination with the EU digital Covid Certificate.
“If you received your vaccinations in a country that only administers one dose after recovery from COVID-19, and the vaccination certificate is accepted by the Maltese authorities, you may enter Malta if your certificate shows recovery from COVID at least six months before your arrival and one dose of an EMA approved vaccine,” the FCDO adds in a new update.
Arrivals who have been vaccinated do not need to be quarantined in Malta.
Children aged five to eleven must have a negative PCR test within 72 hours after their arrival.
A Covid test is not required for children under the age of five.
Children between the ages of 12 and 18 are only allowed to visit Malta if they have confirmation of full vaccination. They must have received both dosages at least 14 days prior to departure.
All visitors must fill out a Public Health Travel Declaration Form as well as an online passenger locating form.
“You must present both documents to airline officials on departure and health officials stationed at the Terminal Temperature Screening Points when you arrive in Malta,” according to the FCDO. Before departing, the forms should be completed.” In an effort to decrease, a number of limitations remain in place in Malta. “Brinkwire News Summary.”