Malta – a safe country
Malta’s amazing response to the coronavirus has meant it has been largely unaffected by Covid 19 registering some of the lowest figures of cases in Malta compared to other European countries. Their response to the crisis and excellent performance has been noted by many organisations such as the Commonwealth, the World Health Organisation, the United Nations World Tourism Organisation and the European Commission.
Due to Malta’s incredible efforts over the last few months, it now means Malta is ready to welcome UK tourists again from the 15th July 2020 and you can travel with confidence knowing Malta is one of the safest destinations to travel to this year.
Holidays are still holidays to enjoy
Malta holidays will see a number of changes from usual with the implementation of a variety of post Covid-19 regulations and guidelines but this should not stop you from enjoying your stay whether in the hotel or out and about in the wonderful Mediterranean weather.
Bars, restaurants and other establishments are open for business, watch out for the certified stickers provided by the Malta Tourism Authority who will inspect establishments before they open to certify they are compliant with COVID-19 procedures. The intention is to provide the highest levels of hygiene and wellbeing.
With many people choosing to stay at home this year for various reasons such as shielding and work commitments this is the ideal time to make the most of the empty beaches and quieter attractions and with many special offers on-going there has never been a better time to get away!