Vaccine

From Wednesday, digital COVID-19 vaccine certificates issued by Serbia, Gibraltar, Jersey, and Guernsey will be accepted by Maltese health and tourism authorities.

In a joint statement issued on Wednesday, the Ministry for Health and the Ministry for Tourism said recognised certificates are to include vaccines approved by the European Medicines Authority, for a full course and 14 days after the last dose.

Those issued by Serbia, the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar and the British Crown Dependencies of Jersey and Guernsey will also now be accepted.

Currently Malta is recognising the digital vaccine certificates of the EU, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America record card.

As from 1st August 2021, the United States CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card will need to be verified through a specific app to be acceptable as a valid vaccination certificate.

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