S’pore-M’sia VTL-type agreement for land links to be launched “in a few weeks, hopefully” – Mothership.SG
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Discussions between Singapore and Malaysia on a Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) type agreement for land links have progressed well.
The two countries are working to launch it soon, “hopefully in a few weeks.”
Minister Gan Kim Yong made the announcement during an MTF press conference today (November 15) explaining how families have been separated from each other for a long time due to border restrictions.
Hopefully this backhaul arrangement will allow many of them to be reunited, he explained.
There have been some clues regarding this opening.
The Malaysian High Commissioner to Singapore said earlier this month that relevant agencies in Malaysia and Singapore are addressing issues related to health, testing regimes and cross-border processes, as a first step in reopening travel between the countries. two countries in the near future. is in progress, The star reported.
For now, Singapore is preparing to launch a VTL between Singapore and Malaysia on November 29.
The VTL will allow fully vaccinated travelers to travel between Singapore and Malaysia via Changi Airport and Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Travelers will be subjected to Covid-19 testing instead of quarantining themselves or staying at home.
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