COVID-19 Health & Safety Guidelines
May 2022: Updates re COVID-19 restrictions
The health legal notice and covid standards for the language schools sector was lifted (removed) as of Monday 2nd May 2022.
Therefore students need NOT be vaccinated to attend classes and a vaccince certificate is no longer required.
It will no longer be mandatory to wear a mask in class. However, individuals are free to make their own assessment of risk for themselves and as evidence to date still shows that wearing a mask is an effective means of preventing viral spread to others in conjunction with maintaining an adequate physical distance from others.
It is also important to note that mandatory quarantine is STILL MANDATORY, nationally, ONLY for positive cases.
Removal of Dark Red and Red list countries:
As of Monday 9th May countries will no longer be classified as ‘green’, ‘red’ or ‘dark red’ and therefore quarantine is NOT REQUIRED for new arrivals from certain countries.
Travellers entering Malta will still need to present a valid COVID-19 vaccination certificate, recent negative test result or a recovery certificate upon arrival. Those failing to do so will be required to quarantine for up to 10 days. Children aged 6 and under are exempt from these requirements.
Should you wish to receive more information please do not hesitate to contact us: [email protected]