Malta Covid19 Forms & Information

Kindly consult the official Government website.


  1. Passengers are required to fill in the EU Digital Passenger Locator Form available at . Queries related to filling in the passenger locator form can be addressed to [email protected] or calling 111 or +356 2132 4086 from a foreign number. Technical/platform queries can be addressed to [email protected] 

  2. For travel to Malta persons aged 12 and above shall present a recognised vaccine certificate showing that a person has taken the full doses of an EMA approved vaccine with full course of vaccination with 14 days after last dose.

  3. The Maltese authorities also accept:

    • recognised  vaccine certificates showing recovery from COVID plus one dose of an EMA approved vaccine, as per the vaccination policy of the issuing country, administered at least 14 days prior to arrival in Malta. Recovery only certificates are not accepted.

    • recognised vaccine certificates which include the primary full schedule with a WHO approved vaccine followed by a booster dose with an EMA approved vaccine.

  4. Malta recognizes the: 
    • MT Vaccine Certificate
    • EU Digital Covid Certificate (Vaccination Certificate) issued by EU, EEA and the verifiable vaccine certificate issued by non-EU countries connected to the EUDCC  ​gateway including Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Cape Verde, El Salvador, Faroe Islands, Georgia, Israel, Lebanon, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, North Macedonia, Panama, San Marino, Serbia, Singapore, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia,Turkey, UAE, UK, Ukraine, Uruguay and the Vatican City
    • Australia COVID-19 Digital Certificate as verified through Medicare Express Plus App
    • Azerbaijan Vaccination Card
    • Bahrain Coronavirus (Covid-19) Vaccination Certificate
    • Bermuda Ministry of Health Covid-19 Vaccination Certificate
    • Canadian COVID-19 Provincial Immunisation Records as verified by Verifly app. The VeriFLY app is available on Google Play ( and Apple App Store ( Go to to VeriFLY FAQs.
    • Chile Digital VAccination Certificate
    • Colombian MiVacuna COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate
    • Egyptian digital COVID-19 vaccine certificate
    • Iraq - COVID-19 Vaccination Card issued by Kurdistan Regional Government
    • Japan - Vaccination Certificate of COVID-19 (verified using VeriFLY)
    • Kosovo Ministry of Health Vaccination Card for Covid-19
    • Kuwait Ministry of Health SARS-COV-2 Vaccination Certificate
    • Libya - National Center for Disease Control - Libya State of Libya COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate
    • Malaysia – COVID-19 Digital Certificate – Vaccine Certificate to be verified through MySejahtera App
    • Oman Immunisation Certificate for COVID-19
    • Palestinian Ministry of Health Vaccination Certificate
    • Qatar vaccination certificate issued by the Ministry of Public Health
    • Rwanda – COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate issued by Rwanda Biomedical Centre (only on presentation of mobile number and respective code)
    • Saudi Arabia – Vaccine Certificate issued by 
    • South Korea - COVID-19 Vaccine Certificate as issued through the COOV App
    • US  CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card verified through the VeriFLY app. The VeriFLY app is available on Google Play ( and Apple App Store ( Go to to VeriFLY FAQs
    • The Gibraltar, Jersey and Guernsey  vaccination certificate

  5. A child aged 5 – 11 requires a negative PCR test carried out within 72 hours before arriving in Malta.

  6. Children under the age of 5 are exempt from presenting the negative PCR test or a vaccine certificate.

  7. Persons without a recognized vaccine certificate must show evidence of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before arrival. Mandatory 14-day quarantine will apply in line with the Standards for Quarantine for Travellers.

  8. Exemption from quarantine subject to presentation of negative PCR test carried out within 72 hours before arriving in Malta:

    • Pregnancy (evidence from medical doctor needed);
    • Medical reasons (written exemption by the Superintendent for Public Health)
    • Maltese residents who prior to the 14th July were already expected to return to Malta from the countries in the list published by the Superintendent for Public Health

  9. Passengers without a recognized vaccine certificate or negative PCR test shall be denied boarding.
  10. Passengers travelling from Austria or Italy to Malta are required to wear an FFP2 mask to board the aircraft.

Updated 28th December 2021