Since Wednesday On July 14, vaccination will be mandatory to go to Malta.
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“It simply came to our notice then [à rendre la vaccination obligatoire pour s’y rendre], But it’s not going to be the last. “, Estimated Friday, July 9, Fran ஃபois Eric Denine, Malta’s tourist guest, while the country announces that it is the first EU country to close its borders since Wednesday, July 14. So tourists have to present “Approved Vaccine Certificate: Maltese Certificate, British Certificate or EU Certificate”, Noted the Minister of Health.
Malt “This crisis was very well managed, with very low mortality rates and excellent management of epidemics.”, Details Eric Denine, Adding It “The economic dimension is very important there”, With tourism to represent “About 25% of GDP”. “Those interested in tourism are more likely to open the country, instead of others closing it”, He mentions.
This host has been established in Malta for six years “Call for cancellation” After this announcement and “Fear that others are there”. “The Maltese champion is probably the world’s most vaccinated, so in theory one should not worry about the number of cases.”, He assures himself.