Foreigners travelling from ‘green zone’ countries may not need to undergo 14-day home quarantine, though this would depend on mutual agreement. Photo: APForeigners travelling from ‘green zone’ countries may not need to undergo 14-day home quarantine, though this would depend on mutual agreement. Photo: AP
Foreigners travelling from ‘green zone’ countries may not need to undergo 14-day home quarantine, though this would depend on mutual agreement. Photo: AP

Malaysia discussing travel bubbles known as ‘green lanes’ with Singapore and Brunei

  • Australia and New Zealand have also been approached, Malaysian official says, as governments explore ways to safely reopen borders after coronavirus lockdowns
  • Malaysia has recorded a total of 8,600 confirmed coronavirus cases and 121 deaths. Singapore has more than 42,000 confirmed cases and 26 deaths
Topic |   Tourism
Foreigners travelling from ‘green zone’ countries may not need to undergo 14-day home quarantine, though this would depend on mutual agreement. Photo: APForeigners travelling from ‘green zone’ countries may not need to undergo 14-day home quarantine, though this would depend on mutual agreement. Photo: AP
Foreigners travelling from ‘green zone’ countries may not need to undergo 14-day home quarantine, though this would depend on mutual agreement. Photo: AP
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