Maltese citizens or registered residents; Foreign nationals travelling to join/meet a spouse/partner/minor child who is a Maltese citizen in Malta and non-Maltese citizen travelling for essential reasons are allowed to enter Malta.
Fully vaccinated Maltese nationals or Malta residents may present Maltese vaccination certificate in lieu of a negative PCR test when returning to Malta. Children aged 5 and below are exempted from the testing requirement.
All passengers, including protected individual (vaccinated and individual who recovered from COVID-19) must present a PCR test. It must be written in English and the passport number of the tested person must be indicated.
All inbound international passengers must pay for COVID-19 (PCR) tests required for entry to Israel.
This may be shortened to 10 days upon the completion of two negative coronavirus tests (one upon arrival and one after 9 days of self-isolation).
Most visitors from Israel can enter Malta but you need to provide a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) test taken 72 hours before departure and to isolate for days
Travelers from from Israel are required to isolate for days. Please read the details under the "Quarantine Requirements" section.
Travelers coming from Israel will need a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) test taken 72 hours before departure
Required in public spaces and enclosed environments.
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