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Travelling To Malaysia: A Complete Guide

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Malaysian government has announced that the borders of the country will be opened on 1 April 2022.

We at LUMIROUS have summarized all you need to know when you are travelling to Malaysia.

Who is eligible?

  • Fully-vaccinated international travellers do not have to quarantine and obtain prior approval from the Malaysian authorities to enter Malaysia. 
  • The quarantine period for inbound travellers, who have entered Malaysia before 1 April 2022, ends on 1 April 2022
  • Travellers age 17 and below may enter Malaysia regardless of their vaccination status

What do you have to do?

Prior to departure

Step 1

Download and activate the MySejahtera app.
Android users may download MySejahtera app here.
While Apple users may download MySejahtera app here .
 
Source: https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/ms/aplikasi-mysejahtera/
 

Step 2

Completed the pre-departure form in MySejahtera app. 
 
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Step 3

Please take the COVID-19 test 2 days before departure.
  • COVID-19 RT-PCR test
  • COVID-19 Professional RTK-Ag test - for those who were infected with COVID-19 within 60 days of departure.

Step 4

Purchase COVID-19 and travel insurance.
 

Upon arrival

 Step 1

Temperature check.
 

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Step 2

Option 1: Take a COVID-19 Professional RTK-Ag test at a private facility at the airport upon arrival.
Option 2: Before leaving the border, take a COVID-19 Professional RTK-Ag test at a private facility, 24 hours before the time of arrival.
 

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Full Vaccination Status

Pfizer

  • Doses 1 and 2 - recipients below 60 years old
  • Doses 1 and 2 & booster dose - recipients 60 years old and above

Astra Zeneca

  • Doses 1 and 2 - recipients below 60 years old
  • Doses 1 and 2 & booster dose - recipients 60 years old and above

Sinovac

  • Doses 1 and 2 & booster - all recipients

Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) 

  • Dose 1 - all recipients

Fully vaccinated status for recipients of Sinovac vaccine, and senior citizens who are 60 years old and above, who have not received their booster dose will be changed to partially vaccinated from 1 April 2022.

Checklist

Last but not least, we have prepared a checklist for you before heading to Malaysia.
 

 
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To learn more about the fertility treatments in Malaysia, visit our website. We have fertility resources available for you.

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