Isle Of MTV Returns – Restrictions Are Being Lifted

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All of the COVID-19 limitations that have been in place since 2021 will be reduced or totally withdrawn by summer 2022, allowing the Maltese islands to reopen restriction-free. Malta‘s COVID-19 counts are currently less than 1% of what they were during the pandemic’s peak. Over 90% of Maltese island citizens have been completely vaccinated, with nearly 80% receiving a booster, making Malta one of Europe’s safest summer vacation destinations.

Travel to Malta in the summer of 2022 will be based only on the individual’s immunity, as countries will no longer be classed as Red or Dark Red. There will be no need for quarantine if the visitor has been completely vaccinated, has recovered from COVID-19 in the last six months, or has a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours for the PCR and 24 hours for the Rapid Test before arriving.

Because countries will no longer be classified as Red or Dark Red, travel to Malta in the summer of 2022 will be dependent only on the individual’s immunity. If the visitor has been fully vaccinated, has recovered from COVID-19 in the last six months, or has a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours for the PCR and 24 hours for the Rapid Test before arriving, there will be no need for quarantine.

In addition to the relaxation of these requirements, wearing a mask of any type is no longer required on flights to Malta, as well as in any indoor or outdoor environment upon arrival, with the exception of hospitals. The same rule holds true for events in Malta. Seating limitations have been lifted, and public meeting space maximum capacities have been returned to their pre-COVID-19 levels.

Passenger Locator Forms for passengers flying within Europe are also no longer required, but always check with your specific airline to see if there are any other requirements you must follow. The Malta International Arts Festival kicks off June with musical performances, theater shows, and other visual art, as well as the International Wine Festival for wine connoisseurs who want to sample wine from around the world.

In July, award-winning pop singer Lewis Capaldi will perform, as well as a Classic Rock Anthems concert with 20 hit songs performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra and the 32nd edition of Malta’s Jazz Festival. On July 19, the Isle of MTV 2022 music festival will take place at Il-Fosos Square for followers of the latest in popular music. French Montana, a singer/humanitarian/entrepreneur, and Marshmello, an internationally renowned DJ, will both take the stage and play their best songs.

Malta appears to be more than ready to let the rest of the world back in and resume normalcy following the pandemic, which appeals to both Maltese residents and tourists.

 

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