Good news Brits – you'll be able to travel to Malta from June!
But the country is only welcoming back holidaymakers if they're fully vaccinated against coronavirus.
Malta, Gozo and Comino are due to reopen to vaccinated tourists from June 1 and won't require a Covid-19 test result for entry.
Brits will have to show their certificate to prove they have received the second dose at least 10 days before arriving in Malta.
This will need to be shown before boarding a flight in order to be accepted to travel.
Currently foreign travel is banned for Brits, unless you have a legally permitted reason.
It is believed England's lockdown roadmap foreign travel could resume from May 17.
Malta joins a number of countries that will reopen to vaccinated travellers, from Iceland, Cyprus and Portugal.
The country's vaccination programme is proving successful at the moment with 40% of the population having received their first dose.
You can find out more on maltauk.com and visitmalta.com.
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Tolene Van Der Merwe, Director UK & Ireland of Malta Tourism Authority, said: "Malta is a very popular destination for Brits and is a key contributor to Malta's economy, so we're excited to welcome back fully vaccinated travellers from the UK from June 1, 2021.
"The people of Malta are looking forward to tourists returning who have loved our sunshine, culture, food and warm spirit year in year out.
"Malta has implemented its Sunny and Safe Covid-19 protocols, so visitors can be reassured that all restaurants, accommodation and service providers must comply with the highest levels of cleanliness and safety."
For information on foreign travel, visit the Gov.UK website.
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