Vaccination passport for travel between S’pore and M’sia on the cards

MALAYSIA and Singapore are currently in talks on introducing vaccination passports to allow its citizens to travel between both countries.Johor tourism, youth and sports committee chairman Datuk Onn Hafiz Ghazi said the matter was among plans being discussed between the two governments.

He added that the plan would be put forward once both countries had achieved their herd immunity target.

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