You heard (or should we say, read) correctly. Vaccination certificates will no longer be mandatory for entry into a number of venues, such as restaurants, as of 7 February, 2022, announced health minister Chris Fearne in parliament yesterday
Here’s an update for you! According to superintendent of public health, Charmaine Gauci, those who test positive for COVID-19 will no longer be receiving a notice regarding their quarantine period
On the off-chance that you have not heard of the brand new quarantine rules, which came into force today, here is a run-through of everything you need to know
19 countries have been added to Malta’s ‘red-travel list’, which indicates that travellers from any red-list countries can enter the country without needing to quarantine provided that they can present a valid and recognised vaccine certificate
Brand new rules and regulations were announced this morning during a conference by helth minister Chris Fearne and superinendent of public health Charmaine Gauci. The two addressed event-related measures, whether or not pregnant women should be vaccinated and the mandatory quarantine rules
Malta has eased its complete ban on any and all travellers wishing to enter the country without a vaccination certificate. Instead of refusing their entry outright, Malta is instead requiring that they undergo mandatory quarantine on arrival
Someone pass us some tissues. Destiny was unable to take part in the official opening of the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 last night, due to COVID-19 precautions
Bħala parti minn ġurnal kontinwu dwar il-ħajja fiż-żmien tal-pandemija Covid-19, Mill-Lenti tal-Poplu: Djarju Kwarantina, kien proġett effettiv u ta’ sodisfazzjon u kien milqugħ tajjeb mill-pubbliku ġenerali b’aktar minn 140 sottomissjoni.