Later this month, Malta will stop requiring Covid testing for travelers, according to Visit Malta.
Without a vaccination or recovery certificate, visitors to the island will no longer be required to show proof of a recent Covid-19 test that came back negative as of 25th July.
Travelers who are fully immunized must currently present documentation of their vaccinations, while those who are not fully immunized must either show evidence of recovery from Covid-19 or a recent negative Covid-19 test (taken up to 24 hours prior to departure for antigen tests and up to 72 hours prior to departure for PCR tests).
But beginning of Monday, 25th July, these regulations will no longer apply. On Tuesday, 12th July, Visit Malta updated their Covid-19 travel advice online to reflect the changes.
According to the update, “As from the 25 July 2022, people travelling to Malta without a vaccine certificate or a recovery certificate do not need to present a negative PCR/rapid test before arriving in Malta.”
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