No flight restrictions from July 15

Malta will no longer be in a state of a public health emergency, Prime Minister Robert Abela has said. Prime Minister announced that restrictions on all flight destinations would be lifted on July 15. 

He said this meant the only remaining restrictions would be on the airport, which would be partially lifted on July 1 and fully lifted on July 15, when normality would return.

A further six countries had been added to the list of safe destinations for when the airport officially reopens on July 1. 

Italy, France, Poland, Spain, Croatia and, Greece will all be added to the list, although restrictions on flights from certain regions in France, Spain and Italy, including northern Italy, would apply.

Abela said the lifting of the public health emergency would see all remaining legal notices related to COVID-19 restrictions being lifted.

The prime minister confirmed this also meant restrictions on gatherings of over 75 people would also be lifted.

He said this meant the only remaining restrictions would be on the airport, which would be partially lifted on July 1 and fully lifted on July 15, when normality would return.

Study English in Malta

As for the English schools in Malta, some of them have already officially announced their reopening on July 1st, while classes will start on July 6th.

The schools that have announced their official opening are: Gateway. EC, ESE, AM, Inlingua and, Clubclass

Source: Times Malta

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