Malta’s blanket law requiring citizens from “dark red” countries to quarantine at a hotel will be lifted as of Friday, according to Health Minister Chris Fearne.
He said at a press conference that these persons will be permitted to quarantine at home as long as they have a vaccine certificate and that everyone in their family is inoculated. Members from households with more than five people, including the traveler, will still be subject to the hotel quarantine, he noted. The cheapest nicest hotels in Malta. View deals on Tripadvisor
Fearne also stated that Malta will update its “dark red” list of countries in the coming days to ensure that it includes countries at danger of the Mu form, rather than the Delta type, which he claims has now spread throughout the world.
According to him, Malta would no longer identify Russia and India as “dark red” countries.
“We can’t let the pandemic’s fear paralyze us; it’ll be with us for a long time, so we have to learn to live with it,” Fearne remarked.
“Learning to live with it” does not imply that we should disregard all measures, but rather that we should continue to use science to reduce the risk to public health as much as possible and to return to normalcy. We must have the fortitude to recognize that it is here to stay and that we must take the required steps.”
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