Malta removes all travel requirements for entry into the country – Verbalists Education Beyond Borders Podcast
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29-JUL-2022 | The government of Malta has announced that it has lifted all remaining travel requirements for entry into the country.
As from the 25th July 2022, people travelling to Malta without a vaccine certificate or a recovery certificate do not need to present a negative PCR or Rapid Test before arriving in Malta.
As previously reported, the government relaxed travel restrictions from May 9th and stopped classifying countries as ‘Red’ or ‘Dark Red’. From that date, arrivals still needed to present either a recognized vaccination certificate, a valid Covid-19 recovery certificate or a negative test taken before departure. As of July 25th, those requirements have now ended.
With the latest move, Malta joins the UK, Ireland, Australia and South Africa as the major English learning destinations that have completely removed all Covid entry requirements.
The majority of EU and Schengen area countries have also removed all travel requirements for passengers, including Austria, Cyprus, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Switzerland.
Requirements for EU and Schengen area countries can be checked here.
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