Malaysia and Singapore to finalise easing of travel restrictions, announcement expected soon

JOHOR BARU: Malaysia and Singapore are looking at easing travel restrictions as "close neighbours'', says Khairy Jamaluddin (pic).

The Health Minister said in a post on his official Twitter account that he met with his Singapore counterpart, Ong Ye Kung, during a transit at Changi International Airport while en route to the World Health Organisation (WHO) regional meeting in Japan.

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