Commuting between Malaysia and neighboring country temporarily suspended, says Immigration Director General

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KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysians working in neighboring state such as Thailand and Singapore may be prohibited to enter during  the two-week restriction of movement order, Immigration Department director-general Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud said today.

“Prime Minister’s Office of Malaysia has announced it last night. Immigration Department will implement the restrictions.”

“Starting tomorrow, all Malaysians working in Singapore and Thailand will be prohibited from entering the countries.” He added.

On Monday, Prime minister Muhyiddin announced a movement control order to be imposed until the end of the month to minimised the Covid-19 outbreak.

Overseas travel for Malaysians will be temporarily restricted while those coming from overseas will be required to undergo health checks and mandatory quarantine.

The Prime Minister assured the public that essential services will continue its operations.

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