Starting July 1, 2020, people from the following countries will be able to enter Malta:
- The Czech Republic
The step has been taken as part of easing the border restrictions placed on the entry of people due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Also, on July 1, the Maltese airport will reopen. Commercial flights from Malta to the above-mentioned countries will resume.
The decision has come as a respite to the businesses involved with the travel industry including hoteliers, tour operators, travel agents, and many more.
The reopening of borders will restart migration overseas. There will nevertheless be a cautious observation of how it comes to be.
Malta is looking forward to a summer tourism season, rejuvenating the much essential industry, energizing the country’s economy. Being a famous tourist destination for EU and non-EU tourists, the move will bring back the joys the tourist visa to Malta can offer.
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