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Two more countries in Southeast Asia open to tourists

From April 1, vaccinated foreign travelers will be able to visit Malaysia without being quarantined upon arrival. The relevant medical protocols are published by the Ministry of Health of this country.

In addition to the vaccination certificate, tourists must present a negative PCR test result made no earlier than 48 hours before departure, and pass an express test for covid on the first day after arriving in Malaysia. You will also need insurance covering COVID-19 treatment and proof of accommodation booking. In addition, register before the trip in the MySejahtera electronic application and receive a digital traveler card through it – you will need it to board the plane.

The path to Malaysia is also open for unvaccinated tourists, but they will have to go through a five-day quarantine, as well as pass a PCR test on the fourth day of their stay and an express analysis on the fifth.

From April 1, Singapore is also ready to accept travelers vaccinated against COVID-19 – without restrictions (previously there was a strict quantitative quota, and it was possible to fly only on special flights within the air corridors). True, domestic drugs for covid in this country are not approved, only Russians who have been vaccinated abroad with Moderna or Pfizer recognized by WHO will be able to enter. You will need a PCR test, passed no earlier than two days before departure, as well as insurance with coverage of 30 thousand Singapore dollars (including treatment for coronavirus).

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