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Malaysia to create 'green lanes' for less restricted travel with Singapore and Brunei

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Bloomberg6/26/2020 03:52 PM GMT+08  • 3 min read
Malaysia to create 'green lanes' for less restricted travel with Singapore and Brunei
Malaysia is in talks with Singapore and Brunei to create “green lanes” for less restricted travel, as governments around the world seek to reopen their borders without a resurgence in coronavirus cases.
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(June 26): Malaysia is in talks with Singapore and Brunei to create “green lanes” for less restricted travel, as governments around the world seek to reopen their borders without a resurgence in coronavirus cases.

The country is discussing guidelines with its two neighbours and has approached Australia and New Zealand also, said the Ministry of Health’s Director General Noor Hisham Abdullah, who oversees Malaysia’s Covid-19 response.

Other countries with no new cases for 28 days would be considered, he said.

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