En De
Total doses
given
1.3M
People fully
vaccinated
469.9K
% Fully
vaccinated
91.04%
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

Quarantine:

03.06.2022

16/08/021 People in the same household with a confirmed case; or classified as high-risk contacts; are required to stay in quarantine for up to 14 days from the latest exposure to the COVID-19 case. Contacts of a confirmed case of COVID-19 who are in possession of a valid vaccination certificate are eligible for early release from quarantine following a negative COVID-19 test.;03/01/2022 The standard isolation period for household contacts is of 14 days from date of swab of the positive case. When the positive case is eligible for 10 days release (has no symptoms for the last 3 days of their isolation); and the contact is 18 years or over and in possession of a valid vaccine certificate with a booster dose; or the contact is 5-17 years and in possession of a valid vaccine certificate with full primary schedule of vaccination with 2 doses; and does not have symptoms; can be isolated for 10 days. Children under the age of 5; and persons living in the household who do not fulfil the eligibility criteria for a shorter quarantine period are required to remain in quarantine for the full 14 days.;21/02/2022 The household members of primary/high-risk contacts (secondary contacts); who are not symptomatic or have not become a primary contact of a confirmed case or have not tested positive themselves; are eligible for exemption from quarantine; if they are 18 years old or over and have a valid vaccine certificate with a booster dose or are 5-17 years old and in possession of a valid vaccine certificate with two doses.; 02/05/2022 Household contacts DO NOT need to quarantine. No other persons who were in close contact with the positive case need to undergo any period of mandatory quarantine; irrespective of their vaccination status or the proximity of contact. Patients/residents in hospital or a residential home identified as close contacts of a positive case are required to observe a five-day quarantine period and can be released from quarantine if they test negative on the 5th day after the last exposure to the positive person with the day of exposure being considered DAY 0.

20.05.2022

Self-isolation at own accommodation- subject to categorisation.

Travellers who do not hold the documents required must quarantine for 10 days. Quarantine can finish on day 8, after a negative test result on day 7.

Entry requirements depend on the colour attributed to the country of departure, according to Malta's national classification.

Children younger than 6 are exempt from the rules listed above.

As of 6 June, children younger than 12 will be exempt from the obligation to provide COVID-19 certificates.

19.05.2022

Persons who are not in possession of a recognised vaccination certificate travelling to Malta are required to submit themselves to a period of quarantine of 14 days. ;29/09/2021 Travellers from red countries who are unvaccinated and travellers from dark red countries are required to submit themselves to a period of quarantine of 14 days.;14/02/2022 Travellers from red countries are only permitted to travel to Malta without undergoing quarantine if they are in possession of a valid recognized vaccination certificate which confirms that the person has been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Persons between the ages or five (5) and eleven (11) both ages included; can either present a negative PCR taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Malta or a valid vaccination certificate. Persons below the age of five (5) do not need to present a negative PCR test nor a vaccine certificate. Persons arriving from dark red zones in possession of a valid recognized vaccine certificate; shall be required to submit themselves to a period of quarantine of 10 days; 23/03/2022 Persons aged 12 years and over arriving from red zones with no possession of a valid recognized vaccine certificate; shall be required to submit themselves to a period of quarantine of 14 days. In the case of travellers returning from dark red countries or zones who are in possession of a valid recognized vaccination certificate; the applicable quarantine period is 7 days provided the individual is in possession of a negative (‘Not Reactive’) result for a nasopharyngeal PCR test carried out on Day 5-7 of their quarantine period; 11/04/2022 Travellers who do not hold valid proof of vaccination; proof of recovery from COVID-19 or a negative result as indicated above will be subject to a period of quarantine of 14 days. Children younger than 6 years are exempt from pre-departure testing requirements. Persons of all ages who have applied for and are authorized to travel to Malta from dark red countries shall be required to submit themselves to a period of quarantine of 14 days if they are not in possession of a valid proof of vaccination; proof of recovery from COVID-19 or a negative result; of 7 days if they are in possession of a valid recognized vaccination certificate and of 5-7 days if they are in possession of a negative test.; 09/05/2022: Travellers from any country aged >5 years who are not in possession of a recognised vaccination or recovery or test certificate; shall be required to submit themselves to a period of quarantine of 10 days. Early release is effective from day 7 from date of swab provided that on the 7th day of quarantine the person undergoes an official test (carried out by a health professional) that results negative.

19.05.2022

Any person who is diagnosed as infected with SARS-CoV-2 shall; immediately upon receiving an oral or written order from the Superintendent of Public Health; submit to self-isolation for that period as ordered by the Superintendent of Public Health. This order shall apply also to persons who live in the same residence as the COVID-19 case. ; 03/01/2022: the standard isolation period is 14 days from date of swab. If the positive person has no symptoms for the last 3 days of their isolation; if the person is 18 years or over and in possession of a valid vaccine certificate with a booster dose; or if the person is 5-17 years and in possession of a valid vaccine certificate with full primary schedule of vaccination with 2 doses; the isolation time can be 10 days. ; 02/05/2022 Persons infected with SARS-CoV-2 – the standard isolation period is 10 days from date of swab. Early release is effective for 7 days isolation from date of swab provided that on the 7th day of isolation the person undergoes an official swab test (carried out by a health professional) that results negative. If the test taken on the 7th day results positive; the person is required to complete 10 days of isolation.

21.03.2022

16/08/021 People in the same household with a confirmed case; or classified as high-risk contacts; are required to stay in quarantine for up to 14 days from the latest exposure to the COVID-19 case. Contacts of a confirmed case of COVID-19 who are in possession of a valid vaccination certificate are eligible for early release from quarantine following a negative COVID-19 test.;03/01/2022 The standard isolation period for household contacts is of 14 days from date of swab of the positive case. When the positive case is eligible for 10 days release (has no symptoms for the last 3 days of their isolation); and the contact is 18 years or over and in possession of a valid vaccine certificate with a booster dose; or the contact is 5-17 years and in possession of a valid vaccine certificate with full primary schedule of vaccination with 2 doses; and does not have symptoms; can be isolated for 10 days. Children under the age of 5; and persons living in the household who do not fulfil the eligibility criteria for a shorter quarantine period are required to remain in quarantine for the full 14 days.;21/02/2022 The household members of primary/high-risk contacts (secondary contacts); who are not symptomatic or have not become a primary contact of a confirmed case or have not tested positive themselves; are eligible for exemption from quarantine; if they are 18 years old or over and have a valid vaccine certificate with a booster dose or are 5-17 years old and in possession of a valid vaccine certificate with two doses.

23.11.2021

Any person who comes in contact with a person diagnosed as suffering from COVID-19 infectious disease; is obliged to undergo a period of 14 days of mandatory quarantine.

17.11.2021

COVID Alert Malta is an app that helps fight the COVID-19 epidemic. The app aims to notify users at risk of having been exposed to the virus as early as possible – even when they are asymptomatic. These users can then get tested. This minimises the spread of the virus; whilst speeding up a return to normal life in Malta. By being alerted early; if these users test positive they can also receive any necessary treatment promptly and lower the risk of serious consequences.

17.11.2021

Contact details of 1 person per table should be kept for all groups by date and time of arrival; going back 4 weeks.

08.10.2021

Malta imposes 14-day quarantine on all arrivals in bid to stop coronavirus

26.05.2021

Self-isolation at own accommodation- subject to categorisation.

Travellers arriving from corridor countries who fail to produce a Covid-19 test may be tested upon arrival in Malta and may be subject to quarantine.