UPDATED: 40 countries without quarantine restriction when you return to Malta

Another 40 countries have been included in the list of countries where one does not neet to be quarantined when the person returns to Malta from these countries. The amber list adjourned in a legal notice now includes, among others, 40 Amerikan and European states, such as Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Spain, Germany, Austria and the United Kingdom. Israel, Japan, Thailand, Australia and Canada are also included in the amber list.

Travellers arriving in Malta from these countries are not obliged to be in quarantine once they provide a Covid-19 negative test, held not later than 72 hours before their flight to Malta, or present an anti-Covid vaccination certificate.

Countries which are now on revised amber list: 

Andorra, Austria, Australia, Belgium, Vatican City, Bulgaria, China, Cyprus, the United Arab Emirates, Estonia, Israel, Finland, Japan, Germany, Jordan, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Iceland, Canada, South Korea,  Croatia, Latvia, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Monaco, New Zealand, Norway, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, UK, Czech Republic, Romania, San Marino, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain,  Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey and Hungary.

Travel from the US however has been limited to just these states:  Washington, Oregon, Louisiana, Arizona, West Virginia, Colorado, North Dakota, Indiana, Georgia, Texas, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Tennessee, Iowa, Nebraska, Ohio, South Carolina, New Mexico, Florida, Virginia, Maine, South Dakota, Michigan, Illinois, Delaware, Wisconsin, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, New Jersey, Minnesota,  Connecticut, Alaska, New Hampshire, Maryland, New York, Rhode Island, District of Columbia, Massachusetts, Vermont and California.

On the other hand,  those who have a vaccine certificate recognised by the Supt of Public Health may travel to and from Malta from all countries on this list:

Belarus, Belize, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bhutan, Fiji, Jamaica, Georgia, Faroe islands, Kosovo, Kazakistan, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Moldova, Vietnam, Egypt, Iran, Libya, Panama, Qatar, Cuba, Serbia, Taiwan, Albania,  Armenia, Azerbaijan and Saudi Arabia.