As from the 30th June, the NHS COVID Pass Letter will be accepted. As from the 1st July, the EU digital COVID vaccine certificate, includes the NHS app or the vaccination certificate in digital or downloaded PDF form. For further information visit https://www.visitmalta.com/en/info/new-covid-19-updates/
Children aged 5-11 can travel if they accompany their vaccinated parents/ legal guardian provided they provide a negative nasopharyngeal PCR test carried out within 72 hours before arrival in Malta. Children under 5 do not need a test, while those aged 12+ can only travel with a full vaccination certificate.
A Maltese resident or citizen not in possession of an accepted vaccine certificate can proceed to Malta only after seeking pre-authorization from email@example.com, who would request a pre-departure PCR, 14 days quarantine, and PCRs during the period of quarantine.
Restaurants and bars can stay open until 2 am as from June 28
From Monday 28 June, restaurants, bars, clubs, and snack bars will be allowed to continue operating until 2 am, when permitted by the establishment’s license. Establishments whose license requires them to close before 2 am must close at the time set out in the same license.
• Also from June 28, sea transport will be allowed to operate with 65% of the number of passengers who are licensed to pick up. This while waterparks will be allowed to operate again.
• Contact sports of children under 17 will be allowed again and thus contact sports of all ages can continue. The same goes for fitness classes, which from Monday will be allowed to resume.
• From Wednesday 1 July, anyone who has taken all doses of the vaccine and 14 days have passed since the last dose and is in possession of the vaccine certificate, will be able to stay 'without a mask' in open public places in groups of 2.
• Children under the age of 12 may remain without a mask as long as they are accompanied by a person who is fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
• All protocols governing the measures to be released can be found here