Malaysia says holding talks with Singapore to allow Malaysian workers to travel again from Johor

KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia’s Senior Minister Ismail Sabri Yaacob said on Monday (June 8) that Malaysians working in Singapore can start travelling and resume work there once both governments have reached a resolution on the matter.

“Discussions are now being held and Malaysians can start travelling back and forth again once the terms have been outlined, especially those living in Johor,” he said at his daily Covid-19 security briefing.

He said Malaysia is prepared to agree to Malaysians undergoing Covid-19 screenings before resuming work in Singapore if that is among the conditions needed.

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