One of the European countries will only accept vaccinated tourists

This is the first time in Europe.

One of the European countries will only accept vaccinated tourists
European countries
Malta will only allow vaccinated tourists to enter the country . Previously, Malta was included in the category of countries recognized as epidemiologically acceptable. It was possible to enter the country if there was a negative PCR test.
 
The new rules will take effect on July 14th. Only children under 12 years of age will be allowed to go without vaccination if they are accompanied by vaccinated parents.
 
So far, Malta accepts only European or British certificates as proof of vaccination. Residents of Malta who are not vaccinated will not be able to leave the country and return.
During June, 2-3 cases of coronavirus infection were recorded daily in Malta. In recent days, there has been a sharp surge in the disease in Malta. At the same time, 79% of the population is vaccinated in the country.