Popular UK holiday destination to impose more Covid restrictions
MALTA is tightening its restrictions from next week to reduce the spread of Covid.
The Maltese government has announced plans to set an expiration date on vaccination certificates.
From January 17, the certificate of Covid vaccine will only be valid for three months from the second dose.
Instead, everyone who has had a booster shot will have nine months until their vaccine certificate expires.
Thankfully this is only for Maltese residents, so British tourists won’t be affected by the rule change.
Britons will only need to present proof of full vaccination to enter the country.
However, Malta International Airport has criticized the government for imposing the regulation.
The island is a popular destination for Britons looking to enjoy year-round sunshine.
The best weather is in spring, where rainfall is low and temperatures are warm around 25°C.
However, as the new Covid vaccine regulation will prevent those who are not boosted from entering from April 17, the tourism industry may be affected during dissemination.
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