The Czech Republic and Tunisia have been added to Malta’s amber travel restriction list.
From Friday 28 August at midnight, every person arriving in Malta needs to produce a negative COVID-19 swab test 72 hours before arriving in Malta or else be subject to random testing upon arrival.
Passengers who fail to present the certificate will be made to take a swab test at the Malta airport and could be asked to remain in quarantine.
The Czech Republic and Tunisia join Bulgaria, Romania, and parts of Spain who are also on the amber list.
38 new cases of COVID-19 have been registered overnight in Malta, according to the latest figures released by the Health Ministry.
Since the start of the pandemic in March, 1,029 people have recovered from the virus and ten patients have died.
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