Malta issues latest update to arrival restrictions | News


The Malta ministry for health has clarified it will after all accept proof of full vaccination from travellers arriving from the UK in the form of digital Covid-19 passes.

This includes the NHS app or the vaccination certificate in digital or downloaded PDF form.

Authorities earlier this week said only a paper version would be accepted.

Only fully vaccinated persons (second vaccination + 14 days) can travel to Malta from the United Kingdom.

Other vaccination certificates accepted include the Maltese vaccination certificate and the EU digital Covid-19 vaccine certificate. 

Children aged 5-11 can travel if they accompany vaccinated parents or legal guardians, if they provide a negative nasopharyngeal PCR test carried out within 72 hours before arrival in Malta.

Children under five do not need a test, while those aged 12+ can only travel with a full vaccination certificate.

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