Singapore High Commissioner hopes to see VTL quota increased soon

A bus ferrying travellers into the Johor side of the Malaysia-Singapore border along the Causeway under the VTL-Land scheme. - THOMAS YONG/The Star

KUALA LUMPUR: Singapore's High Commissioner to Malaysia, Vanu Gopala Menon is hopeful that the vaccinated travel lane (VTL) quota between Malaysia and Singapore can be increased in the months to come.

He told Bernama that discussions have been going on pertaining to the matter, but, decision to expand the numbers is subject to the Covid-19 situation in Malaysia and Singapore.

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