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Interstate Travel Is Coming In A Couple Of Days, Says Health DG

Interstate Travel Is Coming In A Couple Of Days, Says Health DG

Dr Noor Hisham reminded all to stay safe and conduct self-tests regularly.

Hakim Hassan

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Malaysians will be able to travel interstate in the next few days, according to Health Director-General Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.

Dr Noor Hisham mentioned that although the state borders are due to be reopened, he reminded Malaysians to stay vigilant and conduct self-testing to keep their loved ones safe.

Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin also previously advised that individuals in high-risk areas to perform swab tests periodically before they balik kampung when the state borders reopen.

READ MORE: Self-Test Before You Balik Kampung To Keep Loved Ones Safe, Says KJ

Previously, the government has announced that restrictions will be lifted once Malaysia vaccinates 90% of the adult population. As of today (7 October), that number stands at 88.8%, based on the numbers from JKJAV.

READ MORE: Malaysians Allowed To Travel Interstate & Overseas In December, Maybe Sooner

For now, the government only allows certain individuals to travel interstate such as long-distance couples and those with children who study in a different state.

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