Malta becomes first EU nation to require proof of vaccination for visitors

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VALLETTA, Malta — The Mediterranean island nation of Malta is requiring proof of coronavirus vaccination for visitors 13 and up, the first European Union nation to do so.

Starting Wednesday, visitors to Malta must present a COVID-19 vaccination certificate that is recognized by Maltese health authorities, meaning certificates issued by Malta, the European Union or the United Kingdom.

The EU’s green passport program certifies people who are fully vaccinated, but also those who receive a negative PCR test result or have recovered from COVID-19. But Malta has decided to only recognize those who are fully vaccinated in hopes of stemming a recent rise in confirmed coronavirus cases.

|https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/2021/07/10/malta-visitors-require-covid-vaccination-certificate-first-eu-island-proof/7927868002/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=wordpress


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