Travel to S’pore being considered


JOHOR BARU: Singapore’s move to extend the quarantine period of those with a travel history to Malaysia from seven days to 14 days has put many Malaysian workers there in a limbo.

Those who had planned to return to Malaysia are now re-evaluating their decision, while others who are currently in Johor for short visits are unsure of their fate upon returning to the island republic under the new ruling.

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