Travelling from UK to Malta

June 28, 2021
Travelling from UK to Malta
Update
As from the 30th June, only fully vaccinated persons can travel to Malta from the UK . Currently only the Maltese vaccination certificate is a valid certificate accepted by the Maltese Authorities. As from the 30th June, the UK (2 dose certificate) and the EU digital COVID vaccine certificate will be accepted as well.
Persons without vaccination will not be allowed to enter Malta with the exception of children aged under 12 as per below conditions:
Children aged 5-11 can travel if they accompany their vaccinated parents/ legal guardian provided they provide a negative nasopharyngeal PCR test carried out within 72 hours from arrival in Malta. Children under 5 do not need a test.
A Maltese resident or citizen not in possession of an accepted vaccine certificate can proceed to Malta for repatriation only after seeking pre-authorisation from covid19.vetting@gov.mt , who would request a pre-departure PCR, 14 days quarantine and PCRs during the period of quarantine.
 

UK on the Amber List

April 30, 2021

Public Health Authorities notifies that, after a review of the epidemological studies in the United Kingdom, it was decided that the region will no longer be considered in the red zone for travelling, but will be lifted to the amber zone.

Any traveller arriving in Malta from any of the countries listed in the amber list is required to present a negative PCR Covid-19 test performed no more than seventy-two (72) hours prior to arrival in Malta. 
Travellers arriving in Malta from any these countri...


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COVID 19 measures

April 30, 2021

As of Monday, May 10: 

  • Professional sports training will recommence
  • Non-contact sports will continue, without spectators
  • Extracurricular activities will continue
  • Catechism classes will resume 
  • Open markets will set up
  • Restaurants and snack bars can open till 5.00pm
  • Restrictions on travelling between Malta & Gozo removed 

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Air Malta will continue waiving the rebooking fee till end of May

March 9, 2021

Air Malta will continue to waive rebooking fees until the 31st of May 2021. The Airline will also continue to apply the reduced name change fee of just Eur 5. Other ticket terms and conditions, including that travel must be completed by 31st December 2021, will remain unchanged. These offers will apply until further notice and are available on all fares.

The Airline said that during these challenging times, it is committed to facilitate its procedures and increase peace of mind for its custome...


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Esplora provides online content to reach out to students at home

April 8, 2020

Esplora’s team members  have  worked on videos, graphics and animations aimed at disseminating fun content online through Facebook, Instagram and Youtube whilst school kids are stuck at  home. 

 

The Executive Chairman of the Malta Council for Science and Technology, Dr Jeffrey Pullicino Orlando, said that due to the current situation we had to close our doors to visitors. It is thanks to science that we will overcome this situation. Science -knowledge- will also help us to protect ourselv...


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Speaking to the Stars

April 24, 2018

This morning’s meeting with the Press was honoured by the presence of violinist Maxim Vengerov, one of the top violinists in today’s music world.  Alan Chircop introduced Mr Vengerov and spoke about the great expectations of Malta’s music public for the concert. The following day Mr Vengerov would be performing Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto, one of the iconic works of the violin repertoire.

A short video feature presented Mr Vengerov in a piano/violin recital and as a s...


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Diversifying My Repertoire - all about love

April 23, 2018

Alan Chircop opened the day’s proceedings by welcoming those present and introducing the artists who were with him on the podium: soprano Ljuba Kazarnovskaya and the members of the» Harmony» quintet who would be accompanying her during the concert the following day as well as pianist Nareh Arghamanyan, who will present present a program, dedicated to Tigran Mansuryan.

 A short video presentation showing the soprano on stage during an open-air gig possibly showed why she ...


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HUSH – a thrilling new musical at the Manoel Theatre

March 8, 2018

Teatru Manoel’s education programme TOI TOI, in collaboration with the Valletta 2018 Foundation, is presenting an original musical; written and directed by Denise Mulholland, with music and lyrics by Luke Saydon and performed by Teatru Manoel Youth Theatre from the 17th to 19th March 2018 at the Manoel Theatre.

 

HUSH is a story which will appeal to all ages (from 8+). It is a modern fairy tale about finding your voice when nobody seems to be listening.


Gus Nightingale is a little boy from a m...


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Unique concert of Mozart’s Sacred Music

March 1, 2018

As part of this season’s Teatru Manoel BOV Opera Week, Teatru Manoel presents a concert by Maltese soprano Miriam Gauci with the Goldberg Ensemble conducted by Michael Laus on 10th March at 7.30pm at St. Augustine’s Church, Valletta.  

 

The programme includes Church Sonatas K67, K328, K336, Quere superna K143, Tantum ergo K142, Agnus Dei from Coronation Mass K317, Offertorium pro festo Stii Ioanni Baptistae, K72, Te Deum K141, Miserere K85 and Ave verum corpus K618.

 

Mozart’s sacred music...


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Malta wins 2018 Destination Award for Diving

February 19, 2018

During this year’s edition of the international trade fair, BOOT, a leading trade event for water sport activities which took place at the end of January in Dusseldorf, Germany, Malta was presented with the destination award for scuba diving.

 

Taucher.net, the largest German speaking online portal for divers, participated for the first time in this ceremony and presented the award to the Maltese Islands as the tourism destination of the year 2018. Armin Süss, editor in c...


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