PUTRAJAYA MAR.24 Malaysia and Singapore will allow all fully vaccinated travellers to cross the land borders without undergoing quarantine or COVID-19 tests including pre-departure and arrival test effective 1st April 2022.
Leaders from the two countries, namely Prime Minister of Malaysia Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob and Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Hsien Loong said, the time has come to open the land borders of the two countries to travellers who have been fully vaccinated.
“This applies to all categories of travellers and all types of land transportations,” said both Prime Ministers in a Joint Statement on the Reopening of Borders for Land Travels today.
Prime Minister Ismail said, Malaysia will open its borders to international travellers effective 1st April 2022 and this will record another important success for the country to make cross border travel easier for the people from Singapore.
“This announcement is a reflection of the good relationship, cooperation in several aspects and strong relation between the people of the two nations. This will contribute to the efforts towards recovery with positive impacts on the economy and prosperity of the people from both countries,” Ismail said.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Hsien Loong said, Singapore and Malaysia have enjoyed a deep and friendly relationship in many aspects and strong relationship among the people from both countries,
“This announcement is an important event in the shifting towards living with COVID-19. It reflects the strong cooperation that the two nations have enjoyed throughout the pandemic and this will help both countries to emerge stronger from the crisis,” Lee Hsien Loong said. – Malaysia World News