En De
Total doses
given
1.3M
People fully
vaccinated
469.8K
% Fully
vaccinated
91.02%
Masks
Mask is required on all flights
COVID-19 test
Negative PCR test result obtained within 72 hours prior to arrival or a negative rapid antigen test obtained within 24 hours prior to arrival required
Quarantine
10 days required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Passengers are advised to download the CovPass MT App
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): PCR / LFT
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Public Place:

24.05.2022

02/05/2022 The standards for wearing a medical mask or cloth mask or a visor are applicable for airplanes during flights; hospitals; medical clinics; and old people’s homes and in care homes for persons with disability.; 16/05/2022 The standards for wearing a medical mask or cloth mask or a visor are applicable for hospitals; medical clinics; and old people’s homes and in care homes for persons with disability.

19.05.2022

11/12/2021: Masks are mandatory in all public spaces with some exceptions regardless the vaccination status.

21.03.2022

17/01/2022 Only persons with a valid and recognized vaccine certificate will be allowed access.;14/02/2022 Where the capping for the number of persons in accordance with the operating license exceeds 300 persons but is less than 500 persons; audiences shall be seated in such a way that each seated person / group of seated persons maintains social distancing of at least 1.5 meters in indoor venues and at least 1.0 meter in outdoor venues from another seated person / group of persons. In the case of groups of persons; no more than 8 persons can be seated as a group except for groups of persons from the same household. All outlets shall be open for service to clients seated at table only between the hours of five o’clock in the morning (5:00 a.m.) and one o’clock in the morning (1:00 a.m.).;07/03/2022 For establishments where the capping for the number of persons in accordance with their operating license does not exceed a total of 300 persons; seating arrangements can follow operating license conditions. For establishments where the capping for the number of persons in accordance with the operating license exceeds a total of 300 persons; seating at tables shall be such that no more than 8 persons can be seated except for groups of persons from the same household. Tables are to be arranged so that the distance from one table to another table is not less than 1.5m in all directions in an indoor enclosed area and not less than 1 m in all directions on the outside area of venue.;

01.03.2022

10/05/2021 gradual re-opening of gyms allowed. Outdoor and indoor non-contact sport training restart. No organized competition; leagues; or events (except for high-level and elite sport). No more than 4 people allowed to train together. ; 24/05/2021: Outdoor and indoor contact sport training can recommence for those aged 17 and over (no spectators). Organized competition; leagues and events for non-contact sports can recommence (no spectators). Maximum of 4 people training together still in place. In fitness centres; only individual training allowed. ; 28/06/2021: Fitness classes can operate as per standards with a maximum of 2 groups of 6 persons undertaking fitness together (total of 12 persons). Contact sport permissible for under 17 years. ; 27/12/2021: No spectators at sports will be allowed. ; 17/01/2022: Only persons with a valid and recognized vaccine certificate will be allowed access.; 11/02/2022 The maximum capacity of number of persons that any sports facility/venue/area can hold at any one time is 1 person per 20 square meters of usable training/competition space. Organized competitions; leagues or events can bring together no more than 100 persons at any one-time including officials within a competition venue; in the case of individual contact sports. All athletes in International Sport Competitions; Leagues or Events are required to be in possession of a negative Covid-19 swab test; which should be done within 72 hours (if PCR); or 24 hours (if RAT) prior to day 1 of competition.; 14/02/2022 The maximum capacity of number of persons that gyms and fitness centers can hold at any one time is 1 person per 6 square meters; must not exceed 75 persons; and every person must keep a minimum of 3 meters from others. Clients and staff should always wear a face mask inside the gym/fitness center while they are not exercising.

17.02.2022

Removal of mask in public spaces for vaccinated people; either if they are alone or with another vaccinated person. Mask is mandatory for public spaces for non vaccinated people.; From September masks are also mandatory in kindergarten; primary and secondary schools.; 18/10/2021 Masks are mandatory in public transport services.; 11/12/2021: Masks are mandatory in all public spaces with some exceptions regardless the vaccination status.

16.02.2022

From 10 May 2021: bars and restaurants allowed to re-open; and operate between 05:00 and 24:00. ; 24/05/2021: Max 4 people are allowed to sit together. ; 07/06/2021: The number of persons permitted on the same table increases to 6. ; 28/06/2021: Opening hours of bars; restaurants and casinos will be extended to 2am if license permits. ; 09/10/2021: Restaurants; snack bars; bars; and clubs allowing entry for vaccinated persons only. Masks are mandatory and tables are limited to groups of 8 persons max. Establishments can operate until 3:00 am if their license permits this.; 07/02/2022 All catering establishments shall open for seated clients from 5 a.m. until 1 a.m.

16.02.2022

At events including cultural; artistic; dance; theatre; music performances; corporate events; conferences; awards nights; AGMs; fairs; markets; exhibitions; weddings and other celebrations; sports events entry is allowed for vaccinated persons only. Masks are mandatory and tables are limited to groups of not more than 8 persons. Seated events with a capping of 300 persons can opt to adopt pre-COVID distances and no limit to number of persons on tables. ; 27/12/2021: No standing events will be allowed. Admittance shall be exclusively on presentation of a valid vaccination certificate. Outdoor events shall take place in strictly fully controlled areas that are open spaces which are effectively enclosed/hoarded and that cannot otherwise be overlooked / looked into. Masks to be worn at all times and can only be removed when eating or drinking. Audiences shall be seated in such a way that each seated person maintains social distancing of at least two (2) meters from another seated person. In the case of persons from the same household no more than 6 persons shall be allowed to sit together. For persons not from the same household; up to 4 persons can be seated together.; 14/02/2022 No stand-up events are permitted.

11.11.2021

From 19/07/2021 the maximum number of attendees cannot exceed 150. The number of attendees shall not exceed one (1) person per four (4) square meters. There shall only be seated events; without breaks or intermission; and no dancing or mingling of patrons shall be allowed. Masks to be worn at all times and can only be removed when eating or drinking; 02/08/2021: The maximum number of attendees can not exceed 200.; 16/08/2021: The maximum number of attendees can not exceed 300. Only seated attendees with at least two (2) metres distance from each other. Masks to be worn at all times; 30/08/2021: The maximum number of attendees can not exceed 500.;

06.10.2021

28/03/2020: Stay at home recommendations for vulnerable groups who should not go to work. If they are unable to work from home they are to be granted special quarantine leave. Vulnerable groups including: - All people over 65 years of age; - Those who are insulin dependent; - Those on biological medication; - Those receiving chemotherapy or who underwent such treatment in the past six months; - Those who are immuno-suppressed; such as those with transplants or HIV; - Those who are on dialysis; - Pregnant women; - Those who have been treated for respiratory disease in the past year; - Those who had cardiac problems in the past six months. - Those who attend the heart failure clinic; & - Those on oral steroids. ; 03/06/2020: Vulnerable groups may go outside again.

18.08.2021

Face mask or visor in all public spaces (indoor or outdoor).

18.08.2021

05/07/2021 The maximum number of attendees cannot exceed 100. The number of attendees shall not exceed one (1) person per four (4) square meters. There shall only be seated events; without breaks or intermission; and no dancing or mingling of patrons shall be allowed. Masks to be worn at all times and can only be removed when eating or drinking. On 19/07/2021 the maximum number of attendees was increased to 150.

11.08.2021

26/04/2021 museums and cultural establishment allowed to partially re-open with safety distance and necessary precautions. ; 10/05/2021 outside entertainment venues; beaches; and lidos remain closed until further notice; 24/05/2021 Beaches open from 8:00 to 20:00 (no water games or water attractions); 07/06/2021 Cinemas; theatres; casinos and gaming centers reopen; with physical distancing provisions in place; 28/06/2021 Water parks will open according to NPI standards

15.06.2021

Mater Dej Hospital (Malta main public hospital) temporarily suspends visiting hours. This policy does not apply when visiting children and in other extraordinary situations. 19/05/2021 One visitor per patient is allowed; from 11:00 to 12:30 & 17:00 to 18:00.

15.06.2021

24/05/2021 People from 4 different households can meet together privately. ; 07/06/2021 Groups of 6 people from different households are allowed to gather together in public.

31.05.2021

The number of attendees for an organised public mass event shall not exceed one hundred (100) persons inside the venue and three hundred (300) persons outside the venue. 26/04/2021 Restrictions on public gatherings lifted.

31.05.2021

The number of attendees for an organised public mass event shall not exceed one hundred (100) persons inside the venue and three hundred (300) persons outside the venue. 26/04/2021 Restrictions on public gatherings suspended.

31.05.2021

A limited capacity of one person per 4 square metres is in place in places of worship and a mandatory safety distance of 2 metres between people is required. ; 30/03/2021 Attendees of faith organizations and places of worship must practice physical distancing; hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette .

19.05.2021

The cancellation of public mass events. Fine of 3000 euro any time these obligations are breached.; 26/04/2021 partial re_opening of events and entertainment venues as Malta starts de-escalation phase.

19.05.2021

All nightclubs are closed: bars allowed for seated patrons only who order food; boat parties banned. ; 11/03/2021 Theatres; museums and cinemas are required to close. ; 26/04/2021 museums and cultural establishment allowed to partially re-open with safety distance and necessary precautions.

19.05.2021

Suspended all organised sport. ; 10/05/2021 gradual re-opening of gyms allowed.

19.05.2021

Guidelines for outdoor restaurants; pools; hotels; accommodation.; 11/03/ 2021 restaurants and ancillary services in hotels are required to close and only room service can be provided. ; 10/05/2021 bars and restaurants allowed to re-open; and operate between 05:00 and 17:00.

19.05.2021

All shops selling non-essential goods; such as; clothes; jewellery; furniture; souvenirs; toyshops; florists; haberdashery; and perfumeries have been closed. ; 10/05/ 2021 non-essential shops allowed to re-open with safety conditions for costumers.

19.05.2021

Government has imposed 'lockdown' for people older than 65; pregnant women and people with chronic illnesses. Initially only allowed to leave home for medical appointments or with special disposition given from the Superintendent of Public Health. This was almost immediately relaxed a bit so that people were allowed to buy groceries; medicinal products or other necessities or for personal matters that are absolutely essential or urgent. This category includes people who need to go to work for a limited period of time; parents who need to exercise their right to see their children as per court order; farmers who need to feed and take care of their animals; and people who need to go the bank. Note that police won't enforce these rules so self-discipline and community participation are crucial.

19.05.2021

No gatherings >15 people. ; 26/04/2021 As epidemiological situation eases; more gatherings are allowed and non-essential shops are allowed to re-open. Malta starts de-escalation plan.

20.04.2021

Partial measures and guidelines for re-opening non-essential shops as of 22 May 2020.

20.04.2021

Partial lifting and guidelines for outdoor restaurants; pools; hotels; accommodation.

20.04.2021

All nightclubs are closed; bars allowed for seated patrons only who order food; boat parties banned.

20.04.2021

Partial lifting and guidelines for return to sporting events in Malta.

15.10.2020

Non-essential shops closure: Partially closed

Restrictive measures mandatory between 19 August 2020 to 31 December 2020

Bars will be able to open on Wednesday as long as they seat patrons at tables and serve food with their drinks, according to a legal notice published Tuesday. It is only nightclubs and discos that are closed.

Events stop: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 15 June 2020 to 31 December 2020

The Superintendence of Public Health reiterates its position that it is not in favour of the organisation of mass gatherings or events. Nonetheless, the standards have been issued to mitigate against the transmission of COVID-19 in events and gatherings. On Monday 17 August it was announced that No gatherings of groups of more than 15 people will be allowed.

15.07.2020

All bars (excluding take-away); restaurants (excluding deliveries); gymnasiums; clubs; cinemas and tombola halls must remain closed (fines).

15.07.2020

Non-essential retail will be stopped; excluded from this prohibition will be postal services; medical services; transport services and banks. Fine of 3000 euros any time this obligation is breached.

21.03.2020

All bars (excluding take-away); restaurants (excluding deliveries); gymnasiums; clubs; cinemas and tombola halls must remain closed.