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After hitting the goal of 90% vaccination rate for the adult population, the government has allowed for fully vaccinated Malaysians to travel across state lines starting tomorrow 11 October, announced Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri.
He added that domestic tourism is also allowed considering that the state borders have been reopened.
I believe that many are waiting for this announcement as they long to go back to their kampungs and see their loved ones.Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob
Ismail Sabri mentioned that although there is freedom to move, he reminded Malaysians to adhere to Covid-19 SOPs and flouters will still be charged.
Although there won’t be any roadblocks, the PM mentioned that the police will still do random checks to ensure that those who are travelling are fully vaccinated.
He also added that Malaysians are not allowed to enter into EMCO areas.
No more MyTravelPass
Ismail Sabri also said that Malaysians are not required to apply for MyTravelPass to travel overseas starting tomorrow (11 October) but it’s only for those who are fully vaccinated.
However, before they return, they will be required to conduct swab tests twice – three days before coming back into the country and once they arrive.
Travellers will also be required to undergo quarantine but locals will be allowed to self-isolate in their homes for 14 days.
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