Malta says NHS app cannot be used as proof of Covid vaccine, leading to holiday woes | ITV News

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Brits hoping to head to Malta on their summer holidays have been dealt another blow, despite the country now being on the UK government’s green list.

Having been opened up to holidaymakers for quarantine-free travel, Malta has now said it will not accept the NHS app as proof of vaccination.

Read more: https://www.itv.com/news/2021-06-30/malta-more-holiday-woe-for-brits-as-country-says-no-to-nhs-app-as-proof-of-vaccination-status

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