Malaysians who want to come back from Singapore will need an entry permit from the Malaysian High Commission in the island republic.
Johor health and environment Exco R. Vidyananthan said those applying for the permit need to provide their name, identity card number, passport number, departure date and documents such as a copy of their working pass, long-term pass, permanent resident pass or students pass.
“All of the documents must be emailed to the Malaysian High Commissioner in Singapore at firstname.lastname@example.org at least two days before the date they plan to travel back to Malaysia. The entry permit will be emailed to them and they will need to show the document to Malaysian Immigration officers when entering the country,” he said in a statement on the 26th of April.
On the same day, Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said during his live press conference broadcast that a maximum of 400 Malaysians will be allowed to return home from Singapore every day through the Johor Causeway and Malaysia-Singapore Second-Link to avoid congestion at entry points.
“The other SOPs are as per usual, where Malaysians returning will have to undergo the mandatory quarantine period at the designated quarantine centres for 14 days,” he said.
In Singapore, the circuit breaker has been extended until 1st June.