0 new COVID-19 cases in Malta

No new cases of COVID-19 were reported on Wednesday  15th June as three more patients recovered.

There were no new deaths reported over the last 24hrs, and the number of active cases is now down to just 51 people.

There have now been a total of 419 deaths to date as well as 30,582 confirmed cases.

More than half the local population is now fully vaccinated

The number of vaccination jabs increased to 589,507, with 260,424 people now fully vaccinated.

Vaccination is currently available to anyone aged 16 and over, with plans to make vaccines available to children aged over 12 also in the pipeline.

COVID Vacine available for over 16yr olds

Travelling to Malta

Please be informed of the latest requirements to travel into Malta, issued by the Maltese Health Authorities:

Any person who travels to Malta is requested to present a completed passenger locator form (PLF) as well as a negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) Covid-19 test taken not earlier than 72 hours before arrival in Malta. As from 1st June 2021, a valid Maltese vaccination certificate with clearly visible QR codes can be presented instead of a negative PCR result.  Failure to present either, together with a PLF, will result in denied boarding.

Passengers under the age of 5 are exempt from the above requirements.

Further information can be reviewed via the Maltese Ministry for Health’s website.

The effects of the virus variants on COVID-19 vaccines

 See WHO’s Disease Outbreak News to get up-to-date information on the impact of COVID-19 virus variants on the effectiveness of the different vaccines. This is an area where the evidence remains preliminary and is developing quickly.

Latest Legal Notice of travellers coming to Malta

Click here to view the legal notice.

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