Currently, passengers over the age of 12 years can only travel to Malta if they have a vaccination certificate recognised by the Superintendent of Public Health, confirming that the full dosage of a vaccine approved by the European Medicines Agency was received, and issued at least 14 days from the date of the administration of the final dose of the vaccine.
A list of vaccine certificates that are recognised by the Superintendent of Public Health may be found here.
If you fail to present the required documents, you will be subject to mandatory PCR testing upon arrival by the Maltese public health authorities against payment of administrative fees as stipulated in Legal Notices 229 and 230 of 2021.
You will also be required to observe a mandatory quarantine period of 14 days with a repeat PCR test required to be taken between days 11 and 12 of your quarantine. Additional testing may be requested by the public health authorities. Accommodation, where quarantine is to be observed, will be allocated by the Public Health Authority in the case of non-Maltese residents.
Additional requirements apply to travellers entering Malta from a country listed on Malta’s Dark Red List.
For further information, please visit www.maltairport.com/covid19/arrival/.