Although vaccination programs in the EU are slower than we all would like, the vision of the summer holidays is already on the horizon. Countries, especially those that rely heavily on tourism, are slowly announcing the rules to use when crossing borders.
In fact, expecting a negative corona virus test result is the standard, proof of having received both doses of the vaccine, or less often – the certificate of cessation of disease-induced isolation, which is proof that the tourist has antibodies.
Malta has gone a step further and announced a refund of a portion of the expenses incurred by tourists to stay overnight on the island. The Ministry of Tourism has announced a refund of up to 200 200, if they spend at least 3 days in Malta and book the night directly on & nbsphotel, and through international travel operators. There will be a “come first, first exchanged” policy – “Reuters” reports.
The budget for the operation is projected at ரோ 3.5 million. If the interest is high, some tourists will be excluded from it.
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Those who choose the most expensive hotels can count on higher returns. Others will get a proportionally lower refund.
Malta is the best student in the EU when it comes to the vaccination program. The first dose of the vaccine was taken there 42 percent. Adult citizens. As a result, the island can boldly plan for the future. The government has said most restrictions will be lifted by June 1.
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