My wife and I tried to fly Malta Departed from Heathrow Airport last week, but was denied boarding by the airline Malta. Although there is written evidence of negative PCR test and digital NHS application certificate of two injections and written certificate of double vaccination in the past 72 hours, as well as the printout location, date and vaccine type, there is also a QR code on it. , We were denied permission and had to go home.
Obviously, we should have an “NHS letter” that can be sent to us by post, which takes 5 to 7 days.No one seems to tell National Health Service Because they told us that what we have is enough.
What we show is, I quote, “Your unique QR code” points to the QR code. Under it it says: “This is to confirm your Covid-19 vaccination record, which is very important. Keep it safe. It proves that you have been vaccinated”-all of this is written under the NHS blue banner.
It is enough if we have EU digital vaccination records on our mobile phones. Although not an NHS application.
It’s a mess, with different suggestions every day, depending on the organization inquired. I understand that Malta wants to protect the health of its citizens and take measures when entering the UK’s green list, but it has been chaotic. Britain and other countries hope that their tourist trade will flow again. This is not the way to achieve this goal.