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Malaysian Borders Remain Closed to Non-Malaysians in Neighbouring Countries Seeking to Return to Work

According to news reports from August 27, Malaysia’s borders will remain closed to non-Malaysians looking to return to work in the country.

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Vehicle and Passenger Checkpoint at the Malaysia-Thailand border.

This affects non-Malaysian workers currently stuck in neighboring countries like Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines.

Currently, only specific non-Malaysians who meet the criteria, such as spouses or business owners, are allowed into the country.

Foreigners entering Malaysia are now subject to a 14-day quarantine in designated centres upon arrival and will need to pay for their quarantine and COVID-19 test fees.

Read here for more information on the current situation of Malaysian borders remaining shut.

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