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The governments of Indonesia and Malaysia are expected to agree a vaccinated travel lane, or travel bubble, by early 2022, according to a Coconuts report. The arrangement would permit vaccinated people to travel between both countries without the need for quarantine on arrival. The Indonesian Ambassador to Malaysia, Hermono, confirmed the plan during a press conference yesterday. He says the Indonesian government is working with Malaysian officials to streamline travel for vaccinated passengers. Both governments are checking on the other’s Covid-19 track and trace measures. Hermono says Indonesian officials have already carried out checks on Malaysia’s MySejahtera contact-tracing app, describing […]

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Indonesia in particular, has done a great job in reducing numbers and Malaysia has done well to reestablish it's lane with Singapore. All good outcomes which hopefully the new variant won't disturb.

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