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Singapore and Malaysia talk travel, but say safety still a priority

Amala Balakrishner
Amala Balakrishner6/9/2020 10:52 AM GMT+08  • 3 min read
Singapore and Malaysia talk travel, but say safety still a priority
“We welcome these travellers and we want to see the resumption of travel – but it has to be done in a safe way,” said National Development Minister Lawrence Wong
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SINGAPORE (June 9): Singapore and Malaysia are in talks to allow the resumption of travel between both countries, National Development Minister Lawrence Wong said on Monday.

“We welcome these travellers and we want to see the resumption of travel – but it has to be done in a safe way,” he noted at a press conference by the Covid-19 multi-ministry taskforce.

A ‘safe way’ of travel involves looking into the testing protocols in place in both countries, he elaborated.

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