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Malta Opens Travel To Countries Across The Globe For People With Maltese Vaccine Certificate With Serbia, Macedonia And Others Making The List

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Malta has opened up travel to several countries all across the globe to people in possession of a vaccine certificate, including Serbia, Macedonia, and Libya. 

Malta launched its vaccine certificate on 1st June – people can apply for the certificate two weeks after they have been fully vaccinated against the virus. The certificate will hopefully be accepted across the EU by 1st July, following an agreement with the European Parliament. 

It should be noted that the certificate is only applicable to Maltese ports and travellers will still be subject to certain regulations when visiting those countries. 

As of today, over 265,000 people in Malta are fully vaccinated against the virus.

The news of the inclusion of Serbia and Macedonia will be positive news to communities in Malta who have been urging the government to remove the countries from the red list. 

The full list can be found below:

Belarus

Belize

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bhutan

Fiji

Jamaica

Georgia

Faroe Islands

Kosovo

Kazakhstan

North Macedonia

Montenegro

Moldova

Vietnam

Egypt

Iran

Libya

Panama

Qatar

Cuba

Russia

Serbia

Taiwan

Albania

Armenia

Azerbaijan

Saudi Arabia

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Julian is the Editor at Lovin Malta with a particular interest in politics, the environment, social issues, and human interest stories.

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