Make Covid-19 tests affordable for Malaysians working in Singapore, authorities urged

Tay (left) talking to a staff at a retail outlet in Johor Baru about the drop in business due to the border closure since March 18.

JOHOR BARU: The border with Singapore is set to reopen soon but many, especially daily commuters, are worried about the cost for the mandatory Covid-19 tests that they have to undergo to enter the island republic.

They are worried that the new standard operating procedures (SOP) imposed at the Johor Causeway and Second Link may take a financial toll on them.

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