Malaysia to resume interstate and overseas travel from Oct 11

Malaysia to resume interstate and overseas travel from Oct 11

Malaysia will allow interstate and overseas travel from Monday (Oct 11) for the 90 per cent of its adult population that have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19. In a national broadcast on Sunday to mark the achievement of the immunisation target, Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob also vowed that the progressive relaxation of pandemic curbs will not be reversed even if there are spikes in infections.

Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob assure that normal life will resume. Even though if cases rise, we will only focus (restrictions) on specific areas. Malaysians who are fully vaccinated will be allowed to travel domestically across the country along with their children. Those who want to travel overseas will be able to do so.

A mandatory 14-day quarantine remains in force for anyone entering Malaysia. However, Malaysia’s borders were not yet opened to foreign tourists.

Anyway, Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob urge everyone to continue to follow SOP, wear mask, keep social distancing which we care able to avoid any spikes in infections.

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