Latest Legal Notice of travellers coming to Malta
Source : Visitmalta
- Commercial tourism travel to Malta is only permitted from Amber list countries with a negative PCR test result obtained within 72 hours before arrival in Malta
- A completed Passenger Locator Form(PLF) and a negative PCR test need to be presented to carrier (by air or by sea) offering travel to Malta. Failure of this shall result in denied boarding.
- A vaccination certificate will only be accepted when; (a.) EU’s digital Covid passport is in place and functioning and (b.) Bilateral agreements to accept reciprocal vaccination certification between Malta and other country are signed
- As yet EU Digital Covid Passport and bilateral agreements are not in force
- Commercial tourism travel from countries on Malta’s Red list is not permitted
- No countries are currently on Malta’s Green list
- As from 1st June 2021, fully vaccinated Maltese nationals or Malta residency permit holders may present Maltese vaccination certificate instead of negative PCR test when returning to Malta.
- If upon arrival in Malta, any passenger (aged 5 and older) is not in possession of negative PCR result, or a valid Maltese vaccination certificate in case of Maltese nationals and those holding a Maltese residency permit, the passenger will be subject to a mandatory PCR test and/or mandatory quarantine against a fee as per legal notice LN229 of 2021
Click here to view the legal notice.