Interstate travel allowed: Highest appreciation to all frontliners nationwide


EFFECTIVE Oct 11, 2021, interstate travel across the entire nation has been made permissible. Malaysians who intend to travel abroad also no longer need to obtain the “My Travel Pass” through the Immigration Department of Malaysia as was required before. Nevertheless, it is still mandatory for arrivals from overseas to self-quarantine.

MCA welcomes the relaxation of travel restrictions by the government as announced by the Prime Minister on Oct 10, 2021. MCA, therefore, wishes to gently remind the entire Malaysian Family (Keluarga Malaysia) to never let our guards down over this relaxation as granted by the government.

Even though the inoculation rate for the adult population in Malaysia has reached 90.02% (21,073,482) being fully vaccinated as of Oct 10, 2021, we must continue to remain alert and be cautious of our personal health and hygiene.

Also, MCA wishes to express our highest appreciation to the frontliners stationed throughout Malaysia who have toiled tirelessly for the sake of the people and the nation. Reaching this milestone would not have been possible without their noble sacrifices.

Regardless of their roles in administering vaccines, treating patients, manning roadblocks, delivering meals or keeping our premises clean, the contributions of frontliners will surely become an invaluable memory and asset of the Malaysian Family. Their services have always been honourable, yet even more so, the determination to persevere and serve amidst the pandemic deserves nothing less than a million thanks and appreciation from everyone.

Mike Chong

MCA spokesperson

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