Entry restrictions for students from selected countries, effective 7 September 2020
The Malaysian Government's actions to combat COVID-19 continue to change rapidly, and we are responding to these actions as quickly and responsibly as possible. The latest announcement made by Senior Minister (Security Cluster) states that all students from countries recording more than 150,000 cases of Covid-19 will not be allowed to enter Malaysia effective 7 September. This new ruling will have to be adhered by all Higher Education Institutions (HEI).
Please note that the Government of Malaysia has extended this ban to long-term pass (including Student Pass) holders from the following 23 countries as of 7 September 2020:
Kindly note that the Malaysian Government will continue monitoring the Covid-19 situation in other countries and may impose the same restrictions on citizens of other countries that are recording a spike in Covid-19 cases.
On that note:
We understand that many questions remain, do email us at email@example.com or WhatsApp at +6011 5699 3387. We will continue to provide updates as they are made available.
Above all, stay safe and connected. We will all get through this, together.
Professor Michael Driscoll
Vice Chancellor and President
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