🌎 / Malta

Up-to-date info COVID-19 travel restrictions. Quarantine conditions, entry requrements, list of approved vaccines and etc., help you make decisions about future trips in 2022.

Last Update 6 days ago

Open to visit

International travel to Malta is allowed, but you’ll have to meet some requirements to enter.

Travel guidelines

🛬 Quarantine on arrival in Malta

None

🛬 Quarantine on return to Germany

Quarantine is not required

COVID-19 statistics

Infection risk level

📉 Moderate

New COVID-19 cases in last 14 days

🦠 41,63

out of 100,000 people


😷 Masks are optional

Individual establishments can ask customers to wear a face mask.

🚎 Transport is allowed

Malta International Airport (MLA/LMML) is open to commercial flights.

Following the European Union (EU) Commission announcement that all EU airspace will be closed to Russian-owned, Russian-registered and Russian-controlled aircraft, including private planes and for overflights, all flights to and from Russia will be banned until further notice, in line with EU sanctions on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine.

📃 Declaration documnents

There are no any special documents for declaration are required

🛂 Open to visit

Travellers are allowed entry from all countries regardless of vaccination, recovery or a negative test against COVID-19.

Rules

🌐 Quarantine modality

None

💉 Qualified vaccines

Pfizer - 14 days after second dose.

AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria) - 14 days after second dose.

Vaxzevria (South Korea) - 14 days after second dose.

Covishield (India) - 14 days after second dose.

Johnson & Johnson - 14 days after first dose.

Sinopharm (Beijing) - 14 days after second dose.

CoronaVac - 14 days after second dose.

Moderna - 14 days after second dose.

Covaxin - 14 days after second dose.

Nuvaxovid (Novavax) - 14 days after second dose.

Covovax (Novavax) - 14 days after second dose.

Good to know

Health officials confirmed Malta's first case of COVID-19 in March 2020. As of October, around 89 percent of the population is fully vaccinated, and travel resumed from all countries.