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Need to visit KL very soon, flying from DM as usual.

 

Anybody know the score? I think there is a milder Lockdown now but Im not sure if they want quarantine or a medical. I only go for 7-8 days.

 

Eddy

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You will not be allowed back in thailand

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I'm busy with my girl...I only care about my score LOL

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Which begs the question: why would you want to?

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Malaysia currently has in place a Movement Control Order (MCO) which is up for review on 9th of June. 

 

Under the MCO no foreign nationals can enter Malaysia except those with diplomatic passports, those who have Permanent Residence or those who are an “expatriate in an essential service”. Even then those that can enter are obliged to go into quarantine for 14 days at a centre designated by the government, and charged a minimum of RM150 per day for the privilege.

 

Will have to wait and see whether the MCO is extended or travel restrictions lifted. 

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Here is another guy with his head in the sand for the past 2 + months. What part of the borders are closed do people not understand 

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On 6/2/2020 at 10:09 AM, Stocky said:

Malaysia currently has in place a Movement Control Order (MCO) which is up for review on 9th of June. 

 

Under the MCO no foreign nationals can enter Malaysia except those with diplomatic passports, those who have Permanent Residence or those who are an “expatriate in an essential service”. Even then those that can enter are obliged to go into quarantine for 14 days at a centre designated by the government, and charged a minimum of RM150 per day for the privilege.

 

Will have to wait and see whether the MCO is extended or travel restrictions lifted. 

i wonder if that means that before airliners start traveling between nations again, that the land borders will re-open first; Or will both land and air borders open at the same time?

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Malaysia has announced a change from conditional movement control order (MCO) to recovery movement control order from Wednesday. 

 

The new MCO will run from June 10 until Aug 31, whilst it allows for interstate travel, overseas travel is still not permitted, and the country’s borders remain shut.

 

https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2020/06/08/more-relaxation-on-public-activities

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