KUALA LUMPUR- Malaysia is more likely to re-open borders and lift all the travel restrictions soon.
The Malaysian government and ministers are discussing this week whether to allow fully vaccinated people in Malaysia to travel abroad, and to let tourists and business travellers into the country.
The matter would be brought to the prime minister and an announcement would be made soon, said Tan Sri Muhyiddin after chairing a meeting with the council on Monday.
The health ministry last week announced that the interstate travelling will be allowed only after 90% of the adult population are fully vaccinated.
And according to the Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin, 90 per cent of the adult population would be inoculated as soon as early October.
Mr Muhyiddin said this would pave the way for interstate travel to resume by mid-October.