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KUALA LUMPUR: As Covid-19 vaccines roll out, Malaysia aims to surpass the RM1bil revenue mark of healthcare travel to hospital facilities within the next two to three years, which will contribute up to RM6bil to the country’s economic growth.

Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council chief executive officer Sherene Azli (pic) said the target to achieve healthcare travel revenue of more than RM1bil would be possible in the next two to three years as there would be more certainty towards policies for healthcare tourism, including the medical travel bubble coupled with the availability of vaccines.

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