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Tun M: Let Healthy People & Tourists Visit Langkawi To Boost Tourism

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Source: The Straits Times & ArrivalGuides


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Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, former prime minister of Malaysia and the MP of Langkawi hopes Langkawi can be open to healthy people, including tourists to rejuvenate the tourism sector of the island.

Tun M said that the main entry points to the island such as Langkawi International Airport and Kuah Passenger Ferry Terminal would facilitate health screenings.

According to BERNAMA, he said “I hope those who are healthy will be given the opportunity to enter Langkawi from the mainland,” when inspecting the Kuah Passenger Ferry Terminal on 19 February 2021.

“There are Covid-19 cases reported in Langkawi, but they only involve detainees,” said Tun M.

As of yesterday (20 February 2021), there are a total of 101 new Covid-19 cases in the Kedah state, no new cluster found.

According to the Ministry of Health, the Pfizer vaccine is arriving in Malaysia today (21 February 2021). The frontliners and prime minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin will be the first to receive the vaccine, follow up with high-risk individuals like the elderlies in the second phase. The final phase will involve adults over the age of 18.

For the time being, would you visit Langkawi or other places if allowed? Let us know in the comments!

 

Also Read: JUST IN: Pfizer Vaccine To Arrive In M’sia On 21 Feb, PM & Frontliners Will Be First Receivers

 


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