Good news for all wanderlusters!
Two popular destinations have eased their COVID-19 restrictions.
Starting 5 March 2022, vaccinated travellers will no longer be asked to take an RT-PCR test upon arrival in Maldives. In addition, tourists will also be exempted from the test when they depart from the inhabited islands. To be considered completely vaccinated, fourteen days should have passed since the administration of the last vaccine dose.
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All the travellers will still, however, have to fill out the Traveler Health Declaration form within 48 hours of their arrival in Maldives.
Here is the tweet for more details:
PCR is no longer required for vaccinated travelers.
— Maldives Immigration (@ImmigrationMV) March 4, 2022
Malaysia, which is another fan favourite among tourists, is set to open its international borders again. After two years, Malaysia will be welcoming fully-vaccinated travellers, starting 1st April.
There will be no quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated tourists. For other details, here is the official tweet:
Effective 1 April 2022, these are the testing and quarantine procedures for travellers entering Malaysia. More details for land travels will be announced soon. pic.twitter.com/Rofydx7TCX
— KKMalaysia🇲🇾😷 (@KKMPutrajaya) March 9, 2022
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