Malaysians in Singapore upset about home quarantine application delays

Angie Tan

An aerial view of the Causeway between Johor Baru and Singapore. Malaysians are reported to be shocked at reaching the border to their homeland, only to be told they will have to quarantine in a hotel, despite a recent government directive allowing them to quarantine at home. – EPA pic, August 27, 2021.

VACCINATED Malaysians in Singapore have hit out at ministries here for their slow response in approving their applications for home quarantine so that they can be with their families.

They said they had applied to return since the government’s announcement on August 8 that vaccinated Malaysians can quarantine at home upon returning from Singapore.

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