Malaysia to reopen borders on April 1 after two years


Malaysia will reopen its borders on April 1 after two years and lift remaining coronavirus restrictions on businesses as it moves to restore normal life, Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced, according to AP.

Ismail said the decision was a result of the country’s high vaccination rate, low hospital bed usage by Covid-19 patients and small percentage of serious cases.“

The move allows us all to return back to an almost normal life after almost two years at war with Covid-19,” he said in a national broadcast. “Most importantly, Malaysia is now an open destination.”


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