Malaysia Airlines welcomes Malaysia’s border reopening, unveils latest procedures including need for incoming travellers to buy minimum US$20,000 travel, Covid-19 insurance

KUALA LUMPUR (March 30): Malaysia Airlines Bhd said it welcomes the reopening of Malaysia’s borders on Friday (April 1), ahead of the nation’s transition to the Covid-19 endemic phase, and that incoming foreign travellers must comply with the country’s latest procedures which include the requirement to buy travel and Covid-19 insurance with a minimum value of US$20,000 (about RM84,060).

In a statement, Malaysia Airlines said travellers to Malaysia must fulfil Covid-19-driven general protocols set by Malaysian authorities and that the latest procedures will supersede the nation’s programmes and requirements including the lifting of the temporary ban on travellers from 18 high-risk countries to Malaysia and the existing need for incoming travellers into Malaysia to wear digital tracking devices.

“Travellers to Malaysia must fulfil the following general protocols by the Malaysian authorities:

“Before departure to Malaysia, download and update the MySejahtera mobile app [and] complete the pre-departure form via the ‘Traveller’ icon. Read more