- restriction /ri-STRIK-shuhn/
- eligible /eL-i-juh-buhl/
- residence /REZ-i-duhns/
- renewal /ri-NOO-uhl/
- incentive /in-SEN-tiv/
[noun] – an official limit on something
Other countries were urged to lift trade restrictions by the president.
[adjective] – having the necessary qualities or satisfying the necessary conditions
Only persons over the age of 18 are eligible to vote.
[noun] – a home
A children’s home was to be converted into a residence for adolescent girls, according to the council.
[noun] – the act of making an official document, agreement, or rule continue for more time
A lot of employees were laid off and a few employees did not receive contract renewals.
[noun] – something, especially money, that encourages a person or organization to do something
Financial incentives were given to developers of innovative solar power technology in the form of cash awards.
Almost 81 percent of Maltese people are fully immunized. According to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), Malta and Portugal are the only two European countries with a vaccination rate of more than 80 percent across their whole population (including teenagers aged 12 to 17, who have been eligible to receive the vaccine since summer 2021). According to the ECDC director, this makes them two of the few regions likely to avoid a winter resurgence, and among the safest places to go in 2021. If visitors to Malta want to avoid a 14-day quarantine, they must get vaccinated themselves.
The government is eager to welcome back immunized international travelers, particularly those who want to take advantage of their company’s new remote work policy. Malta’s Nomad Residence Permit, which allows tourists to keep their existing employment in another country while living in Malta for up to a year, was launched in June 2021. (with the opportunity for renewal). Applicants must demonstrate that they can work remotely, for an employer, or offer freelance or consultancy services while earning at least €2,700 ($ 3,098.59) per month. Visitors to Malta can also take advantage of the tourism-boosting Free Independent Traveller (FIT) initiative, which allows participating hotels to offer up to €200 in incentives to customers who stay three days or longer.
- What is the vaccination rate in your country now? Please explain your answer further.
- Have you already been vaccinated? Could you tell me more about it?
- If you had the authority, would you welcome back immunized international travelers? Why or why not?
- Do you agree to offer cash incentives to travelers in your country?
- What do you think about Malta’s Nomad Residence Permit? Please elaborate on your answer.
- take advantage of