Traveling to Malta during the COVID Pandemic

Traveling to Malta during the COVID Pandemic

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It was super fun to travel to Malta, and easily done on a budget! Malta is big - you need at least 6 or 7 days to explore it! I highly recommend staying in the Sliema/Saint Julian's area.

How did you enter the country?
Air
Any difficulties with your vaccination card when entering the destination?
No, my European Union (EU) COVID certificate was accepted.
Did you experience any challenges with customs, immigration, or the health authorities related to COVID?
No, I didn't.
Was this destination abnormally crowded or empty?
No, it was normally crowded.
Did you have to show proof of vaccination on location? For example, when entering restaurants, shops, events, etc.?
Yes, I had to show proof of vaccination to sit in restaurants.
Were you required to wear a mask inside restaurants, event spaces, or public transportation? If you were able to choose, did you feel comfortable wearing or not wearing a mask?
I was required to wear a mask when taking public transportation and in supermarkets.
Did the destination adapt physical distancing in day-to-day situations?
Most of the time, yes.
Did restaurants, businesses, and public services take COVID-related sanitary precautions that you noticed?
Yes, they were cautious.
Were there additional requirements to travel within the region?
No.
Were most attractions open? Were you able to visit the ones you wanted to attend?
Yes, everything was open.
Anything else you think fellow travelers should know?
It's useful to download taxi/scooter apps on your phone when in Malta, like Bolt, because the distances are long.
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