I requested a letter in June from my doctor, asking for an exemption from wearing a mask, to enable me to fly to Malta. The trip was not for a holiday, but to obtain a Maltese passport for my husband, who had just received citizenship via birthright. (That process took years) Malta house in London was not accepting any appointments and even now, whilst he is on a waiting list, recommend that he goes to Malta. Once he has received a passport, I can apply, as his wife, for Maltese citizenship, which again, is better to do in Malta, rather than wait for an appointment with Malta House.
Having double checked with the airlines, as requested by the medical secretary, and contacted her via e-mail 3 weeks ago, I rung her this morning, only to be told the GPs refuse to write a letter giving anyone exemption from wearing a mask, regardless of reason or purpose. My husband rung the airlines again and was told it was my human rights to receive this letter and the Dr. is breaking the law by not allowing me to fly.
Has anyone else had a similar experience or found an alternative solution?