Malaysia promises to reopen border.
Written by News Room on March 9, 2022
Malaysia said it would reopen its borders to international tourists on April 1 after more than two years.
Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yakoob, said in a speech on Tuesday that Visitors who have been vaccinated twice against the Coronavirus, would be allowed to enter the South-East Asian country quarantine-free.
The prerequisite would be a negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test before departure and a negative antigen test after arrival.
Reports say although almost 30,000 new infections were currently recorded every day due to the contagious Omicron variant, 99 per cent of cases are mild or asymptomatic.