The Langkawi Islands in Malaysia’s state of Kedah will return to locals under a travel bubble, similar to Thailand’s tourism-reopening plan based on a pilot project on the popular resort island of Phuket. When the locality’s immunization rate reaches 80 percent, other destinations will be allowed to operate.
The country intends to reopen the tourism hotspot of the Langkawi Islands as part of its attempts to restore the economy’s worst-affected areas. Langkawi, in the state of Kedah, will open to locals on 16th September under a travel bubble plan, according to Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob. Other locations will be permitted to operate once the immunization rate in the area reaches 80%, he said.
Even as daily instances remain high, Malaysia is preparing for life with Covid, mimicking Thailand’s tourist reopening plan based on a pilot run on the popular resort island of Phuket.
The virus will be handled as endemic, and Malaysians must learn to live with it, according to Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin.
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