Malta - Level 3: Reconsider Travel
Reconsider Travel to Malta due to COVID-related restrictions.
Malta is an island country in the Mediterranean Sea located between Sicily and Africa.
Malta flies home COVID-positive language students amid surge
Malta on Thursday began flying home students who tested positive for COVID-19 while studying English at schools in the small Mediterranean island nation. Malta's Health Ministry closed language ...
Last group of youths confined to quarantine in Malta return to Spain
Last group of youths confined to quarantine in Malta return to Spain. After several hours of nervousness and uncertainty flight organised ...
Malta to once again close English language teaching schools
Photo taken on July 13, 2021 shows signs of an English language school in St Julian's, Malta. Starting from July 14, Malta will once again close its English language teaching schools after most of the ...
The best hotels in Malta for 2021
Good news! Malta is on the government's green list of countries to visit this summer, which means you don't need to quarantine when you return to the UK. And to help you on your way to holiday bliss, ...
Malta government to shut all ELT schools from July 14
The Maltese government has told ELT schools on the island that they must close from July 14 following new cases of Covid-19 that the health minister Christopher Fearne said was linked to overseas ...
Malta charters plane to fly home French students hit by COVID-19
A group of 128 French students who all tested positive for coronavirus will be flown home on Thursday on a special charter flight, Maltese officials said.
Travel to Malta: latest Covid rules and practical guidance once you are there
The sun is shining, beaches buzzing, restaurants and bars are open and hotels filling up as Malta does its best to have a normal summer. Some restrictions remain, including mask-wearing and social ...
Malta becomes first EU nation to require proof of vaccination for visitors
Malta is requiring proof of coronavirus vaccination for visitors 13 and up, the first European Union nation to do so.
Michelin star restaurants, boutique boltholes and superyachts ? the fresh face of Malta is emerging
Celebrated for it?s historical riches, the tiny island state is making new waves in the Med, says Sarah Marshall.
Malta denies entry to unvaccinated travelers as new cases spike
Moreover, the country will once again close its English language teaching schools after most of the new cases were students who traveled to Malta to learn English, Fearne said at a press conference.