Monday, June 14, 2021

Covid-19: 21-day hotel quarantine for passengers to Malaysia, says Air India Express

Budget Indian carrier Air India Express on Monday issued guidelines for passengers traveling to Malaysia.

The norms, issued by authorities in Malaysia, include the following:

> Passengers should bear the cost of Covid-19 screening test (swab test) and 21-day mandatory hotel quarantine on arrival at Kuala Lumpur.

> The cost of the swab test is MYR150 (Dh134), and that of hotel accommodation is also MYR150 per day.

> Passengers should submit a written confirmation at the airport of origin, stating that they accept the above charges.

> All passengers are required to submit an RT-PCR negative certificate on arrival. The test must be taken within 72 hours of their departure.

> Any passengers who had Covid-19 within the past 21 days of travel and who have any symptoms of Covid-19 will not be accepted for travel.

Many Indian states eased coronavirus restrictions on Monday including the capital New Delhi, where authorities allowed all shops and malls to open, as the number of new infections dropped to the lowest in more than two months.

14/05/21 Khaleej Times

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