Coronavirus Situation - Notice
Travel from Malta to Ireland: The Irish Government has announced that, with effect from 16 January 2021, passengers arriving into Ireland from all countries will be required to show a negative result of a pre-departure PCR test, taken within 72 hours of arrival in the State. Please also see https://www.dfa.ie/travel/travel-advice/coronavirus/general-covid-19-travel-advisory/ [General COVID-19 Travel Advisory in Operation].
Travel to Malta from Ireland: The Maltese authorities advise that with effect from midnight on Friday, 23rd October 2020, travellers arriving into Malta from Ireland must present a negative PCR COVID-19 test performed within 72 hours prior to arrival. If not, travellers may be subject to testing in Malta and may be required to quarantine.
Coronavirus – Dedicated information resources
Please contact the dedicated HSE phone line +353 41 685 0300 with queries relating to public health measures in Ireland.
To view the latest information on how Ireland is responding to cases of COVID-19 please see: https://www.gov.ie
Health related information is available in Malta at the Ministry of Health website.
Additional advice and information can be found on the Malta Tourism Authority COVID-19 Information page
The Government of Malta COVID-19 helplines: 111 or + 356 21 324 086.
The Embassy is currently closed to the public, except by limited appointments, so as to contribute to efforts in Malta to suppress the transmission of the Coronavirus.
If you have an enquiry, please Contact Us and we will respond to you as soon as possible.
Urgent and emergency consular services will be prioritised during this time.
Passport applicants are encouraged to apply online.
In addition, you can register your contact details on Citizens’ Registration, which allows us to contact you and provide assistance in the event of an unforeseen crisis or family emergency while you are overseas: https://www.dfa.ie/travel/citizens-registration