‘Let us see our families again’

So near yet so far: Malaysian Tan Sheau Hui, 48, chatting with her father Tan Keng Hock, 80, via video call from Singapore. Keng Hock stays in Taman Sentosa in Johor Baru. Both have fully been vaccinated and hope that travel restrictions between Malaysia and Singapore will be eased for those fully inoculated. — THOMAS YONG/The Star

JOHOR BARU: With millions of people getting their vaccinations against Covid-19 on both ends of the Johor Causeway, many are hopeful that Malaysia and Singapore will slowly begin to ease restrictions, especially for those who have been fully vaccinated.

Thousands of Malaysians in the island republic have either been fully vaccinated or have received at least one dose of the vaccine.

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