Last Updated on February 23, 2023
This article was originally published on 10 March 2022 and was updated on 1 April 2022 to reflect new information.
1 April 2022 Update: The government of Malaysia released a checklist for travelers entering the country beginning 1 April 2022.
Step 1: Prior to entering Malaysia, travelers must:
- Download and register their information on the MySejahtera application;
- Fill out the pre-departure form in the traveler icon of the application;
- Obtain a negative RT-PCR test result taken within two days of departure; and
- Ensure that they have health insurance with a minimum coverage of USD 20,000
Fully vaccinated travelers will receive a Traveler Card in blue, indicating that they have completed a full vaccination regimen. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated travelers will receive a Traveler Card in red. Entrance and quarantine requirements will vary depending on vaccination status and the traveler’s COVID-19 test results.
- Updated entrance requirements for travelers entering Malaysia
- Removal of quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated travelers
The government of Malaysia will adjust entrance requirements on 1 April 2022. Under these changes, fully vaccinated travelers who have received a booster dose will be required to undergo PCR testing two days prior to departure and an RTK-Ag professional test within 24 hours of arrival.
Travelers exposed to COVID-19 in the past 60 days prior to departure will be required to undergo an RTK-Ag professional test two days prior to departure and an RTK-Ag professional test within 24 hours of arrival.
Unvaccinated travelers and partially vaccinated travelers must undergo PCR testing two days prior to departure and RTK-Ag professional testing within 24 hours of arrival. These travelers will also be required to undergo PCR testing on day four, RTK-Ag testing on day five, and quarantine for a period of five days upon arrival.
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What are the Changes?
The government of Malaysia will introduce new entrance requirements beginning 1 April 2022. These requirements will vary depending on the traveler's vaccination status.
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