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Requirements To All Travelers Entering Malaysia From Overseas

The Government of Malaysia has set specific requirements to all travelers (citizens and non-citizens) entering Malaysia in accordance with the implementation of the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) as follows:

1. All travelers are required to download, activate and register the MySejahtera application before entering Malaysia. The link is as given: https://mysejahtera.malaysia.gov.my/

2. All travelers are required to submit the COVID-19 PCR test results upon arrival at the Malaysian International Point of Entry (PoE).
  1. COVID-19 PCR test must be conducted three (3) days or less before arrival.
  2. The results of this COVID-19 PCR test must be submitted to the health department in the form of a certified laboratory result or a medical report issued by a qualified medical practitioner. The test result must be in English or Bahasa Malaysia.
  3. If no valid COVID-19 PCR test result or report are available, travelers are required to undergo the Rapid Test Kit for Antigen (RTK-Ag) test at the Malaysian PoE.
  4. A fee of RM120.00 (non-citizen) and RM60.00 (Malaysian citizen) will be charged for this RTK-Ag test at the PoE. The effective date of this regulation is June 29, 2020 at the prescribed rate.

3. Travelers are subjected to quarantine orders.
  1. The Home Surveillance Order (HSO) will be given for 14 days period and they will also be given a wristband.
  2. Travelers will be allowed to be quarantine at their own house or hotel accommodation.
  3. Failure to comply with this directive, the offender will be subjected to a two (2) years imprisonment or fined.

TABLE FI FOR THE COVID-19 TEST
[Regulation 3 of the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases (Fees for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Detection Test) Regulations 2020]



* Payment through cash or card (debit/credit) using Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) only.


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