Malta opens its safe borders to fifty countries

Visitors from fifty countries may now visit Malta without a quarantine period or special permits
Countries that can visit Malta

Whilst almost thirteen million cases of Covid-19 have been recorded throughout the world, Malta has continued to uphold its sterling management of this global crisis. With only five active cases right now, the island has had a steady five days without registering any new cases.

From an economic perspective, Malta has been fully operational with all establishments open for almost forty days. The Malta International Airport has also been welcoming visitors from a restricted list of countries for the past fourteen days. Furthermore, as from tomorrow, passengers arriving from the following list of countries are not required to quarantine or obtain any special permit.

New Destinations that are open as from the 15th July 2020 are:

  1. Andorra
  2. Australia
  3. Belgium
  4. Bulgaria
  5. Canada
  6. China (including Taiwan, Macau and Hong Kong)
  7. Indonesia
  8. Japan
  9. Jordan
  10. Lebanon
  11. Liechtenstein
  12. Monaco
  13. Morocco
  14. Netherlands
  15. New Zealand
  16. Portugal
  17. Romania
  18. Rwanda
  19. San Marino
  20. Slovenia
  21. South Korea
  22. Thailand
  23. Tunisia
  24. Turkey
  25. United Kingdom
  26. United Arab Emirates
  27. Uruguay
  28. Vatican City

The above list adds on to the list of countries previously published which may be accessed here. Furthermore, any individual who is coming from any other country and has not spent at least 14 days in any of the safe countries listed, may be obliged to quarantine in Malta, provided this is accepted by the Health Authorities.

Nonetheless preventative measures continue to be followed throughout, in order to ensure this continued success.

Disclaimer

Whilst we endeavour to provide precise and timely information, there can be no assurance that such article is accurate as of the date it is received. The information provided herein is merely intended for general information purposes and cannot be construed as professional advice without seeking an appropriate consultation.

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