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The government of Malta is working on a plan for the gradual restoration of the tourism industry. It is assumed that his first step will be the introduction of so-called safe travel corridors, reports “Interfax” with reference to the press service of the Malta tourism authority (Visit Malta).

“The concept of “safe corridors” (safe corridors) implies mutual opening of borders between countries at one stage of the pandemic coronavirus, and means simplified rules of moving between States for citizens of these countries”, – stated in the message.

As noted at Visit Malta, the creation of a “tourist corridor” is discussed with Luxembourg, Norway, Serbia, Slovakia, Austria, Czech Republic, Latvia, Lithuania and Israel.

In the end of April the government of Malta extended the ban on flights until may 31, also extended the requirement for compliance with a two-week quarantine until 30 June for all entering the country citizens.

May 22 in Malta the scheduled opening of restaurants (the maximum number of guests at the table – up to 6 people) and beauty salons. Be completely removed restrictions on private lessons-contact sports, particularly diving and tennis, open markets and cinemas. Citizens are required to keep a social distance of 2 meters.

The opening of the pools and hotels will be possible after only under condition of observance of all sanitary norms and Protocol of distancing.

According to the CPS on may 21, Malta was 584 cases of infection with coronavirus, 6 people died.