Travellers are no longer required to undergo Covid-19 tests to enter Malaysia, the health ministry announced.
Health director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said pre-departure and on-arrival tests were no longer required from Aug 1.
This comes after all travellers were no longer required to fill up the traveller’s card in the MySejahtera app before entering the country, regardless of vaccination status.
However, vaccination requirements remain subject to airline regulations.
Travellers found to have symptoms upon arrival will be referred to the health ministry for examination, said Noor Hisham.
“All travellers arriving from abroad are urged to monitor their health and comply with SOPs,” he said in a statement.
“Those with symptoms are urged to visit the nearest health facility.” – FMT