All set for traveller influx


Eager to fly again: Khairul Dzaimee said that between March 1 and 28, 84,915 international passports were issued, which showed that Malaysians are eager to travel again. — FAIHAN GHANI/The Star

PUTRAJAYA: Immigration services at entry points will be back to their pre-pandemic strength in anticipation of large crowds of travellers as the country reopens its borders on Friday.

Aside from having to handle travellers entering and leaving the country, the Immigration Department is also gearing up for the expected influx of applications for foreign workers.

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