All seven Malaysians stranded at airport in Manila allowed to enter the Philippines

KUALA LUMPUR: Following swift action by the Malaysian Embassy in Manila, all seven Malaysians stranded at the airport after their digital Covid-19 vaccination credentials were not recognised by the Philippines authorities, have been allowed to enter the republic.

"Wisma Putra is pleased to inform that seven fellow Malaysians who were stranded at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport have been allowed to enter the Philippines, following swift action by our Malaysian Embassy in Manila. Kudos team @myembassymanila,” tweeted Malaysian Foreign Ministry (Wisma Putra).

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