Malta is open for tourists from “green zone” countries but with few travel restrictions and entry requirements.
The Maltese government has recently updated its list of restricted countries. Foreign nationals visiting from “Green” countries will not have to submit a PCR test or quarantine.
Travelers from the Amber list must submit a test taken within 72 before departure and undergo a 14-day mandatory quarantine.
As of February 17, Malta has given at least one shot of the BioNTech/Pfizer or Moderna vaccines to 10 percent of its population of 515,000 people.
It is, but there may be restrictions depending on where you are coming from. Find your country in the following lists to see what policies apply to you
People visiting Malta from a green-listed country will be granted entry and won’t need to take a COVID-19 test or quarantine.
Travelers coming from an amber-listed country will need to submit proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken 72 hours before arrival.
Countries not included on the Green or Amber list belong on the Red List.
Malta is no longer on the list of the safest places to visit in Europe. (Epidemiology level 4) (CDC.gov)
As of February 17, Malta has reported 19,945 confirmed cases and 295 deaths.
Plenty of activities have reopened in Malta. Click on the list to see the details.
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