Malaysia drops COVID entry rules

By Neal Baldwin
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Malaysia has thrown open its doors to tourists again, ditching all COVID entry requirements.

The rule change – confirmed in the latest Foreign Office travel advice for the country – means travellers no longer have to complete any COVID-related forms or tests, regardless of their vaccination status.

Previously, vaccinated arrivals were required to download the MySejahtera app and complete the travel pass to prove their vaccination status. Unvaccinated travellers needed to have two negative PCR tests before departure, an official rapid antigen test within 24 hours of arrival and spend five days in quarantine.

The travel advice warns that all visitors should still download the MySejahtera app, but there is now no need to complete the online form.

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