only residents of Ile-de-France are exempt from PCR testing

    only residents of Ile-de-France are exempt from PCR testing

    only residents of Ile-de-France are exempt from PCR testing

    People residing in Ile-de-France, or having spent at least the 14 days preceding their departure in Ile-de-France are the only ones exempt from PCR test to go to Malta – DR: OT Malta

    People residing in Ile-de-France, or having spent at least the 14 days preceding their departure in Ile-de-France are the only ones exempt from PCR testing to go to Malta, since December 12.
    It is therefore not the departure airport that counts, but the place of residence of the traveler. (or at least the place where he stayed during the 14 days before departure, indicates the Malta TO in a press release.

    It should therefore be noted that not all people leaving from Roissy Charles de Gaulle and Paris Orly airports are exempt from PCR testing.“.

    For a departure from other French airports, a negative PCR test made less than 72 hours before arrival in the archipelago remains in force.

    Two paper forms are always to be printed and completed before departure by all passengers: www.maltairport.com/declarationforms

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