Brit-popular holiday destination to impose MORE Covid restrictions

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MALTA is tightening its restrictions from next week in a bid to reduce the spread of Covid.

The Maltese government has announced plans to set an expiration date on vaccination certificates.

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Malta is changing its Covid restrictions from next week in a bid to reduce the spread of the virus

From January 17, Covid vaccine certificates will only be valid for three months from the second dose.

Instead, all those who have had a booster will have nine months until their vaccine certificate expires.

Thankfully this is just for Maltese residents, so British tourists will not be affected by the rule change.

Brits will just need to present proof of being fully vaccinated to enter the country.

However, the International Airport of Malta has slammed the government for imposing the rule.

The island is a popular destination for Brits looking to soak up some year-round sun.

The weather is best in springtime, where there is low rainfall and warm temperatures of about 25C.

However, as the new Covid vaccine rule will prevent un-boosted people from entering from April 17, the tourism industry may suffer during the popular time.

We’ve rounded up the rules for entering some popular holiday destinations.

Pre-departure tests are no longer required for Brits jetting off on holiday – saving families hundreds of pounds.

These are the 38 countries Brits are currently banned from entering due to Covid rules.

From January 17, Covid vaccine certificates will only be valid for three months from the second dose for residents in Malta

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From January 17, Covid vaccine certificates will only be valid for three months from the second dose for residents in Malta
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