Covid-19: National Recovery Council recommends tabling proposals for immediate safe reopening of borders

Muhyiddin (centre) speaking to the media after chairing the National Recovery Council meeting on Monday (Jan 10). - Photo: Bernama

PUTRAJAYA: The National Recovery Council (NRC) recommends that the Health and Home Ministries begin talks to study, plan and propose measures to the council for the immediate and safe reopening of the country’s borders.

NRC chairman Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said on Monday (Jan 10) that the council was of the view that the opening of the country’s borders was one of the important measures that would support the country’s recovery process.

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