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Fully vaccinated Malaysia residents can now take a quarantine-free vacation to the popular holiday island.
Millions of residents in eight states around the country will be able to dine out, take part in non-contact sports, and travel locally.
Nationwide curbs will only be eased once daily case numbers fall below 4,000 and 10 percent of the population is fully vaccinated.
Crossing state or district boundaries for non-work-related reasons is now banned until June 6.
International guests at over 20 properties across the Asia-Pacific region will be eligible for emergency medical coverage at no extra cost.
Authorities have reversed course on tighter rules that would have banned house-to-house visits.
Interstate travel is being banned and all non-essential businesses will close for the next two weeks in areas such as Kuala Lumpur, Johor, a...
The decision was made after the country reported a record 1,755 new coronavirus infections last Friday.
Long-term pass holders from France, the United Kingdom, and United States will be turned back at the border.