COVID-19 - Travel info to Malta

COVID-19 - Travel info to Malta

Malta Covid Travel Regulations - Update as from 1st June 2021 until further notice

As from Tuesday 1st June 2021 and until further notice, all passengers (aged 5 years or over) traveling to Malta must present prior boarding and upon arrival one of the following;

  • a negative PCR Covid-19 test (PCR test only will be accepted - rapid tests are not accepted in Malta) taken not earlier than 72 hours before arrival in Malta - Please find a list of PCR swabbing centres located in Sicily.
  • a valid vaccination certificate. Only certificates generated by the Maltese authorities will be accepted. Certificates are available on the website certifikatvaccin.gov.mt

Failing which, passengers will be refused boarding.

Upon arrival, passengers with invalid certificates will be subject to a Mandatory PCR test and/or Mandatory quarantine against a fee as per legal notice LN229.

Apart from the above, all passengers must download and fill in both forms, which will be collected by the Health Authorities upon arrival in Malta.