Only 400 Malaysians can return from Singapore every day

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PUTRAJAYA APRIL 26: Malaysian citizens in Singapore who wish to come back for Ramadan and Aidilfitri are required to apply for entry permit from the Malaysian High Commissioner within two days before the return date through email stmsg@mhc.org.sg

The offer has been opened and the Malaysian High Commissioner in Singapore has received 900 applications.

Security Senior Minister, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said, to ensure the travel process goes smoothly, the Malaysian National Security (MKN), Johor and the Malaysian Immigration Department have made a decision to allow 400 people to enter each day.

“This arrangement is made to ease the entry point at the Sultan Iskandar Building (Straits of Johor) and Sultan Abu Bakar Complexs (Second Link).

“However Malaysians coming back from Singapore have to go through a compulsory quarantine process for 14 days at the quarantine centres,” he said at a press conference on the daily progress of the Movement Control Order (MCO) here today.

In another development, the government has allowed private veterinary clinics to resume business during MCO provided the treatment services are based on appointments.

“The pet owners have to contact the nearest veterinary clinic to get an appointment date to avoid congestion and massive movements of the people,” said Ismail.

Ismail also warned the people to check the validity of any information/news received by checking at sebenarnya.my portal before sharing it with others. If the information contains the element of uncertainty then do not share it with others.

He said the police and the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) could take action on anybody who spread false news.

As of April 26, the police and MCMC have opened 238 investigation papers related to COVID-19 fake news. From this 170 are still under investigation  while 24 have been charged in the courts , 11 have been given warning notices  while 13 have pleaded guilty. –Malaysia World News

 


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