Malta, an island country located in the central Mediterranean Sea states that COVID-19 vaccination certificates issued by the Rwandan authorities are proven and accepted as valid proof of immunity against the virus, effective on 29 September.
According to VisitMalta, an international travel portal based in Malta, Rwandans planning to travel to Malta will be allowed to enter until their vaccination certificate meets all the requirements of the Schengen visa procedures.
“As such, in order for a vaccination certificate issued by one of the three countries to be recognized, the document shall indicate that the holder has completed the vaccination process with one of the approved doses of the vaccine for use. by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), ”reads the statement from VisitMalta.
According to VisitMalta, Rwandans will be allowed to enter Malta until their certificate shows that they have been vaccinated with one of the following approved vaccines including AstraZeneca, Moderna, Johnson and Johnson, and Pfizer / BioNTech.
Rwanda’s Covid-19 certificate has been approved as evidence to boost people’s immune system against the virus from Malta along with Saudi Arabia and Malaysia.
The Declaration by VisitMalta states that the Covid-19 certificate must indicate that at least 14 days have elapsed since the last dose of the vaccine was received for it to be valid.
According to the Maltese Ministry of Health, certificates showing that the holder has been vaccinated against the virus with a combination of two different doses of EMA-approved vaccine are also accepted as long as they follow the time period. necessary between the first and the first. the second dose of the vaccine.