Popular for its ancient buildings, natural landscape, and impressive cliffs, Malta is ready to welcome tourist once again declared coronavirus free.


Malta, an independent Mediterranean island, will resume its tourism activities from 1 July. It will allow citizens of 22 European countries from the given date. Travel restrictions on other flight destinations will also be lifted by 15 July.

Malta International Airport will also start operations from July. Tourists will be made to go through thermal screening at the airport.

All visitors are required to fill in a self-declaration, mentioning the history of their journey of the last 30 days. They will not be asked to undergo quarantine. Wearing face shields or masks in confined places where physical disturbances are not assured will be mandatory; Only in exceptional circumstances, this rule will be relaxed. Tourists must maintain a distance of at least two meters from each other.

Allegedly, Malta would operate ferries and boats to the island of Comino and Gozo, according to its normal schedule, with public transport plying the islands at their usual time.

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