Grand Reopening from 6th July - Welcome Back! (Updated 17.07.2020)

Maltalingua is offering guaranteed refunds if students are unable to travel due to Corona Virus restrictions for all new bookings.

"Congratulations deputy prime minister Chris Ferne for the public health measures! Malta is on the right track and an example to follow" - Hans Kluge (WHO European regional director)

HEALTH & SAFETY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR STUDENTS (17.07.2020)

Due to the swift action of the Maltese government in early March, to date, the number of COVID-19 cases in Malta has remained low and with very few fatalities (9). Of the total 674 cases, there are currently only 3 and they are in remission. With almost no new infections the authorities feel it is now safe to relax many of the restrictions which have remained in place over the past three months.

Although strict hygiene and social distancing measures remain in place, life in Malta is starting to return to a new normality. Most businesses have now reopened and Malta’s Airport will welcome visitors from the EU and other designated countries from the 1st of July.

On travelling to Malta all visitors are required to wear protective masks on aeroplanes. On arrival in Malta, visitors should expect to go through COVID thermal screening. Social distancing and maintaining hygiene are still mandated and everyone is required to adhere to EU recommended health and safety measures.

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School Premises:

To ensure the minimisation of risk, social distancing and personal hygiene measures have been implemented throughout the school for both students and staff. All students entering the building are provided with hand sanitiser and are required to keep to the one-way flow system and adhere to health and safety notices.

The school is regularity sanitised throughout the day and students are encouraged to bring additional disinfectant wipes.

Public Spaces and Reception:

Perspex shields have been installed in areas where students interact with staff.

Classrooms:

The reduced number of students in a class will reflect the need for safe social distancing. Students will be asked to remain in their seats during lessons and vacate classrooms respecting social distancing rules.

Where possible students will be assigned the same seat each week.

Leisure Activities:

Our leisure activities programme has been modified to ensure social distancing is possible. PPE masks will need to be worn on transport.

Accommodation:

Social distancing and hygiene measures have been implemented within our accommodation.

Insurance

All students are required to have adequate travel and health insurance before arriving in Malta.

Footnote

We would like to reassure all our English language students that Maltalingua will continue to adhere to all local regulations and ensure that we minimise risk as best as possible. As well as ensuring students still have an enjoyable and productive time with us your health and safety remain our utmost priority.