Malaysians will be allowed to travel abroad by December or earlier, says PM Ismail Sabri

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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians can go abroad by December, and they will not need to register MyTravelPass to leave the country, Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob said today.

The permission will be given once Malaysia reaches 90 per cent adult vaccination rate, he added.

“Yes, December. or Maybe earlier. We will open cross -country.

” We will open cross -country. Cross -country can also be opened when up to 90% have been vaccinated. Cross -state will soon be available because it has now reached 85.5%, which means that in two weeks it will be possible to open cross -state.

“We no longer need to register MyTravelPass to leave the country but the quarantine is still the same,” he said according to Utusan Malaysia.

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