Malaysia joins Southeast Asia’s ‘living with Covid’ push with restart of interstate, outbound travel

Malaysia will end a ban on interstate movement and relax outbound international travel for vaccinated residents starting Monday, Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob said, in a major reopening milestone as the country’s adult Covid-19 vaccination rate reached 90 per cent.The latest move by Malaysia, roiled by a disastrous surge in cases earlier this year, comes as neighbours such as Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand begin eyeing broader reopening of their economies and borders in the coming…


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