“Statistics show that the COVID-19 pandemic in Malta is a thing of the past, so we started the process of returning to full normalcy,” said Abela.
He explained that certain safety requirements would be introduced for the air harbor.
Abela also announced the opening of gyms, bars and other establishments on June 5.
In early April, it became known that the Malta authorities introduced a health emergency in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the latest data, more than 600 cases of coronavirus were detected in the country, nine people died, over 500 were cured.