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    MEDIUM MEDICAL RISK for Malaysia
    LOW TRAVEL RISK for Malaysia
    MEDIUM TRAVEL RISK for Coastal areas and island groups of eastern Sabah state (East Malaysia); Johor Bahru; Selangor; Kuala Lumpur


COVID-19 Impact

COVID-19 virus imageCOVID-19 Impact Rating (Travel): High -

Inbound travel significantly restricted for most travellers.

Only citizens and those who meet certain criteria for exemption  may enter. Mandatory testing and quarantine in designated facilities may apply.

COVID-19 virus imageCOVID-19 Impact Rating (Domestic Operations): Medium -

COVID-related impacts posing routine challenges to business operations.

The medical, logistics and security environments are impacted by the pressures of COVID-19. Pre-existing security risks increasingly likely to be exacerbated by COVID-19-related political and socio-economic concerns and associated pressures in the near/medium term. There may be delay in accessing urgent care due to pressures on the medical system. Core protective  elements of BCP likely to be implemented: non-essential staff  working from home, staff tracing in place, reinforced hygiene and segregation practices with robust escalation and de-escalation triggers as well as mitigation measures.

RestrictionsInboundBorder restrictions

Border closures/restrictions
- Transit across the Malaysia-Brunei border is at the discretion of the immigration authorities.
- Flights from and to India are temporarily banned.
- Vessels which have travelled from Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka are also not allowed to sign off and sign on in Malaysia, except for Malaysian crew members.
(Until further notice)
Entry rules

• Inbound travel for local nationals / residents
- There are no restrictions on Malaysian nationals entering Malaysia

• Inbound travel for “third country” nationals
- Only certain categories of foreign nationals are allowed to enter the country. These include permanent residents, diplomats and their dependants, people with valid long-term passes or pass approval letters (including expatriates, foreign workers, students, as well as foreign national dependants of Malaysians). They are required to obtain approval prior to departure. The application can be completed via MyTravelPass (https://mtp.imi.gov.my/myTravelPass/main). Relevant visas (if applicable) will also be required for those who have obtained MTP approval. Refer to this website for additional information: https://www.imi.gov.my/portal2017/index.php/ms/perkhidmatan-utama/visa/keperluan-visa-mengikut-negara.html

- Travellers who are coming from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka are barred from entry. The ban includes foreign nationals in these countries with a Malaysian work permit (Long-Term Social Visit Pass holders, International Business Visitors and Social Visitors) but excludes Malaysian nationals and their spouses and children.

- The Periodic Commuting Arrangement (PCA) is a safe travel lane between Singapore and Malaysia. It facilitates movement of workers between the two countries. Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents who hold long-term immigration passes for work and business purposes to enter Malaysia for work. They will be required to remain in the country for at least three months before being allowed to return to their home country for a short-term home leave. Only overland travel is allowed via the Woodlands Causeway and Tuas Second Link. Further details regarding the application process and measures can be found here (https://mtp.imi.gov.my/myTravelPass/main?termConditionPCA)

• Exemptions
- Long- and short-term business travellers may apply for entry permission through https://safetravel.mida.gov.my. Prospective travellers are required to submit the online application 14 days in advance of planned travel. Business travellers must obtain relevant visas (if applicable) from the respective Malaysian missions before their departure to Malaysia.
(Until further notice)
Testing requirements

• Who needs to test? + Type of test and timeframe
- All travellers arriving in Malaysia will need to undergo a COVID-19 RT-PCR test three days before their departure to Malaysia. Only those with a negative certificate will be allowed to board flights. Another RT-PCR test is required upon arrival.
(Until further notice)
Quarantine requirements

• Who must quarantine and for how long?
- All arrivals are subject to a quarantine period of 14 days at designated quarantine centres.
- Malaysians and other approved travellers arriving from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka are required to undergo 21 days of mandatory quarantine.

• Approximate cost of quarantine
- Malaysians will be required to pay approximately RM 150 (approximately US$36) per day. Foreign nationals will need to pay RM 2,600 (approximately US$630) on top of the quarantine cost.
- Costs required for the accommodation during the quarantine period in quarantine centres or hotels will be borne by individuals.

• Additional tests in quarantine?
- For people with a 14-day quarantine period, a RT-PCR test will be conducted on the tenth day. Those who have to undergo 21 days of mandatory quarantine will have to retake their RT-PCR COVID-19 test on the 18th day.
(Until further notice)
Documentation required
• Approved travellers entering Malaysia must download the MySejahtera app and provide their relevant information at least one day prior to departure. Essential information, including travel information and health declaration, needs to be registered on the app.
(Until further notice)
Transit

• People transiting in Malaysia will be allowed to do so as long as they do not need to clear immigration to board their connecting international flight. They should also check with their airline to ensure their checked in luggage is transferred to their connecting flight. Carry valid travel documents (passports, visas, etc.) at all times. Travellers should check with their departing airlines on any airline specific limits to the transit time period.

• Travellers from India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Nepal cannot transit Malaysia to a third country.

• Transit between the two terminals (KLIA to KLIA2) at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) is not allowed. International transits should be within the same terminal. Travellers are only allowed to stay at the Sama-Sama Express hotel (inside the KLIA terminal) during their transit.

• International passengers arriving in Malaysia with connecting domestic flights to Sabah/Labuan (as their final destination) are allowed to complete their quarantine at their final destination, provided that their flight connection time is less than 24 hours. Sarawak residents headed to Sarawak are allowed to transit Kuala Lumpur. Transit to other domestic destinations is not allowed. Travellers will otherwise be required to complete their quarantine at the first point of entry. Once travellers complete quarantine at the destination of entry and tested negative in the COVID-19, they will obtain a release form and a document allowing the traveller to travel across states by the authorities stationed at the quarantine centre. Short-notice changes are possible and travellers should liaise with the quarantine officers stationed at their quarantine centre directly to understand specific requirements.
(Until further notice)
Other

• The Periodic Commuting Arrangement (PCA) is a safe travel lane between Singapore and Malaysia. It facilitates movement of workers between the two countries. Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents who hold long-term immigration passes for work and business purposes to enter Malaysia for work. They will be required to remain in the country for at least three months before being allowed to return to their home country for a short-term home leave. Only overland travel is allowed via the Woodlands Causeway and Tuas Second Link. Further details regarding the application process and measures can be found here (https://mtp.imi.gov.my/myTravelPass/main?termConditionPCA)
(Until further notice)
Summary
• Are there any border restrictions? Yes
• Are there any entry restrictions? Yes
• Are there any testing requirements? Yes
• Are there any quarantine requirements? Yes
• Are there any vaccine requirements? No
• Are there any separate transit restrictions? Yes
• Is COVID-19-related documentation required? Yes
• Are there separate restrictions for overseas territories? No
• Are there any other restrictions? Yes
(Until further notice)
OutboundExit rules

• Outbound travel for local nationals / residents
- Malaysians looking to depart the country for the following purposes are required to obtain approval via MyTravelPass (https://mtp.imi.gov.my/myTravelPass/main?termConditionNXC):
1) Those starting on new employment.
2) Students who are offered to study abroad/ who received new offer to pursue study abroad.
3) Students sitting for an examination.
4) Those attending meetings, seminars, exhibitions and travelling for business or emergency matters.

• Outbound travel for “third country” nationals
- Non-citizens are allowed to leave the country.

• Exemptions
- Malaysians who hold existing long-term passes (including work or study) or are permanent residents of the destination country can leave without applying for a MyTravelPass. However, they will need to show relevant documents as evidence at immigration.
(Until further notice)
Foreign nationals with an expired Social Visit Pass (PLS) have to apply for a special pass to stay in Malaysia while waiting for a flight back to their country of origin. Applicants need to go to the immigration office in person, based on the appointment made via the online appointment system (STO). Documents required in the application include a confirmation letter from the applicant's respective embassy, flight tickets, proof of financial ability to cover the cost of living and latest residential address in Malaysia.
(Until further notice)
Summary
• Are there any border restrictions? No
• Are there any exit restrictions? Yes
• Are there any testing requirements? No
• Are there any quarantine requirements? No
• Are there any vaccine requirements? No
• Are there any separate transit restrictions? No
• Is COVID-19-related documentation required? No
• Are there separate restrictions for overseas territories? No
• Are there any other restrictions? No
(Until further notice)
Internal / DomesticState of emergency
• Details and until when?
- A state of emergency is in place until 1 August.
(Ends 1 August 2021)
Curfew or Lockdown
• Locations and timings
- A nationwide lockdown - Full Movement Control Order (FMCO) is in place until 28 June.

- The Standard Operating Procedure is available here (in Bahasa Malaysia): https://asset.mkn.gov.my/web/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2019/08/SOP-AM-PKP-Seluruh-Negara-Kemaskini-2-Jun-2021.pdf
(Ends 28 June 2021)
Curfew or Lockdown
• Locations and timings
- The authorities may impose at short notice Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) in localities in response to an outbreak. They are imposed for a period of 14 days, which may be extended.

- Under EMCO:
> All residents in EMCO areas cannot to leave their respective homes / residences except for one household member to obtain food and basic necessities.
> Movement in / out of EMCO areas for emergency cases is permitted after receiving permission from the police.

- The SOPs can be found here: https://asset.mkn.gov.my/web/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2020/12/SOP-AM-PKPD-kemaskini-7-Disember-2020.pdf

- Felda Trolak Utara (Perak) is under EMCO from 15-22 June

- Some areas under EMCO from 11-25 June include:
> Temerloh (Pahang)
> Ladang Tereh Mill in Kluang (Johor)
> Lorong Pasir Putih 1, Taman Pasir Putih Fasa 1 in Putatan (Sabah)
> Kampung Kolong 2 in Kuching (Sarawak)
> Kampung Tajin, Kuala Berang in Hulu Terengganu (Terengganu)

- Some areas under EMCO from 16-29 June include:
> Jalan Rivera in Tanjung Agas (Johor)
> Bukit Dinding and Tanjong Manis in Mukah (Sarawak)
> Kampung Sundang Laut village in Sandakan, Kampung Skim Cocos in Kunak, as well as the Country Heights Apartment and Vista Minintod Apartment in Penampang (Sabah)

- Updated SOPs and areas under EMCO can be found here (in Malay, sort SOPs based on date updated): https://www.mkn.gov.my/web/ms/sop-pkpd/
(Ends 25 June 2021)
Restrictions on businesses

• Are businesses’ operations restricted by business type?
- Non-essential businesses are suspended.
- Shopping malls are to be closed, except for supermarkets and premises dealing in food and beverage and basic necessities, which can remain open.
- All food and beverages outlets are only allowed to operate for delivery and takeaway services only.
- Businesses such as night markets, spas, massage parlours, barbers, car wash, cinemas, pubs, retail outlets (such as clothing, bookstores, furniture, etc.) are not allowed to operate.

• Exemptions
- During the lockdown, only 17 sectors will be allowed to operate. These include healthcare, utilities, transport, telecommunications and media, food and beverage, and banking. All those allowed to operate can only do so between 08.00 and 20.00.

- Only factories involved in making essential products such as food and drink manufacturing, medical devices, textiles for PPEs, oil and gas, are allowed to continue to operate, and they must do so at 60% capacity. More details concerning manufacturing and manufacturing-related sectors can be found here: https://www.miti.gov.my/miti/resources/Media%20Release/MEDIA%20RELEASE_MCO_(30.05.21)_FINAL_ENG-V2.pdf
(Ends 28 June 2021)
Restrictions on internal travel

• What restrictions are in place?
- Interstate and inter-district travel are not permitted. Personnel with work approval letters may travel to work. Companies will have to apply to their respective ministries to receive new work approval letters for their workers to travel to work.

- People are limited to travelling within a six-mile (10km) radius of their homes, with only two people per household allowed to venture out for essential items, which include groceries and medicine, and essential services such as healthcare and banking.

• Exemptions
- Letters from the following ministries and agencies are permitted at roadblocks for those working in essential services:
1. International Trade and Industry Ministry (Miti) for manufacturing and services sectors.
2. Transport Ministry for public and basic needs transportations.
3. Agriculture and Food Industries Ministry for agriculture, fisheries, livestock as well as farming and commodity sectors.
a. The ministry will only issue confirmation letters for small-scale farmers.
b. For those who have licences under the Companies Commission of Malaysia (SSM), confirmation letters will be issued by Miti through CIMS 3.0.
4. Plantation Industries and Commodities Ministry for sectors producing commodities such as rubber and oil palm.
a. For permit and license holders of Malaysian Rubber Board (MRB) such as small-scale farmers, estates, nurseries and rubber traders, they can use approval letters from the ministry or MRB.
b. For factories producing rubber-based products such as gloves, approval letters will be issued by Miti through CIMS 3.0.
5. Bank Negara Malaysia for the financial institutions and insurance sectors.
6. Securities Commission (SC) for stock shares trading sector.
7. Local authorities for small-scale traders/food stalls/ food trucks.
a. For issuance of business licences for strata, waste and sanitation management, letters will be issued by Miti through CIMS 3.0.
8. Communications and Multimedia Ministry for telecommunication, media, post, courier and broadcasting sectors.
9. For the Home Ministry, all letters issued by agencies under the ministry such as the Prisons Department, the National Registration Department and Immigration will be accepted.
10. Police will issue permits for movement for those who are permitted to travel interstate for death, emergencies and self-employment.

- Letters have to be dated from 1 June 2021.
- One-off police approvals will be given for two or three days for workers and staff in non-essential sectors who need to travel to the office for company procedures such as preparing payroll or to prepare documents. An employer’s letter must be prepared as proof.
(Ends 28 June 2021)
Restrictions on internal travel

• What restrictions are in place?
Labuan
- Entry restrictions to Labuan have been extended until 30 June. Those entering Labuan must have negative RT-PCR test results taken within three days of entering Labuan. Residents of Labuan will be quarantined at home for ten days. Civil servants will be quarantined at a hotel for ten days unless they are residents of Labuan. Foreign nationals will be quarantined for 14 days at designated hotels.

- Labuan has been placed under EMCO until 24 June. During this period, only essential activities are allowed from 06.00 to 18.00. Further details can be found here: https://asset.mkn.gov.my/web/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2021/05/SOP-PKPD-WP-Labuan-26-Mei-2021.pdf
(Ends 24 June 2021)
Restrictions on internal travel

• What restrictions are in place?
Sarawak

General guidelines:
- Inter-zone travel is not allowed except for those in essential services who have a police permit or a verification letter from their employer.
- People are not allowed to be in public places from 22.00 to 05.00 without a valid reason. However, they are allowed to go out to perform their official duties, seek healthcare or medical services, as well as buy food and other daily necessities. and to get their COVID-19 vaccination.

The full list of SOPs can be found here: https://sarawakdisastermc.com/mco-sop/

1) Sarawakian
- From Sabah and Labuan
i. Sabah COVID-19 Disaster Management Committee requires all exit from Sabah to have RT-PCR test result negative within three days from exiting.
ii. Documents required: Copy of identity card, flight itinerary, birth certificate (if required), marriage certificate (if required), strong reasoning and proof, police permit needed during MCO/CMCO.
iii. Quarantine orders: Travellers need to undergo a 14-day quarantine at a quarantine centre and take a swab test on days two and ten.

- From Sabah and Labuan (by land)
i. Frequent travellers entering by land, including delivery services from Sabah/Labuan, need to obtain a special pass from Residen Miri or Limbang and to have negative RT-PCR COVID-19 result (valid for 14 days).
ii. Documents required: Copy of identity card / passport, special pass approval from Residen Miri or Limbang, valid negative RT-PCR test result (valid for 14 days), letter from company or employee on movement, approval to enter Sabah and police permit needed during MCO/CMCO.

- From West Malaysia
i. Document required: Copy of identity card, flight itinerary, birth certificate (if required), marriage certificate (if required), strong reasoning and proof, police permit needed during MCO/CMCO.
ii. Quarantine orders: Travellers need to undergo a 14-day quarantine at a quarantine centre and take a swab test on days two and ten.

2) Non- Sarawakian
- From Sabah/ Labuan
i. Non-Malaysians and non-Sarawakians in Sabah/Labuan are not allowed to enter except for those under essential services.
ii. Documents required: Copy of identity card / passport / valid permit, letter from employee / company stating reasoning of enter, return flight itinerary (if needed), invoice of quarantine, police permit needed during MCO/CMCO.
iii. Quarantine orders: Travellers need to undergo a 14-day quarantine at a quarantine centre and take a swab test on days two and ten.

- From West Malaysia
i. All non-Sarawakians and non-Malaysians (who have been in Malaysia more than 30 days) entering from West Malaysia are required to request approval to enter Sarawak by filling in EnterSarawak and E-HDF.
ii. Documents required: Copy of identity card / passport / valid permit, letter from employee / company stating reasoning of enter, flight itinerary, return flight tickets (if applicable), invoice of quarantine (if applicable), approved Borang Pengecualian Khas by SDMC, strong reasoning and proof, police permit needed during MCO/CMCO.
iii. Quarantine orders: Travellers need to undergo a 14-day quarantine at a quarantine centre and take a swab test on days two and ten.

- From West Malaysia - for those who need to attend official meetings and take care of essential services
i. All non-Sarawakians and non-Malaysians (who have been in Malaysia more than 30 days) entering from West Malaysia are required to request approval to enter Sarawak by filling in EnterSarawak and E-HDF.
ii. Travelling for personal reasons or for holiday is not permitted.
iii. Documents required: Invitation letter to attend meeting in Sarawak stating no alternative arrangements able to be done under COVID-19 Act/Ordinance, 2020, return flight ticket showing that the traveller will spend no more than three days and two nights in the country, negative RT-PCR test result issued no longer than three days before entering Sarawak, police permit needed during MCO/CMCO.

- Oil & Gas Sectors
Note: Sign on and sign off will be issued Quarantine Order
Documents required: Copy of MyKad, flight ticket/ itinerary, letter of undertaking from company and supporting documents such as letter of employment / work permit. More details can be found on the official website here: https://sarawakdisastermc.com/#1617172415535-a45fe6c6-f519
(Ends 28 June 2021)
Restrictions on internal travel

• What restrictions are in place?
Sabah

Only certain categories of people are allowed entry into Sabah. These include the following:
1) Sabahans holding MyKad with letter code “H”.
2) Spouse to Sabahan and dependents must have valid Immigration Malaysia Passes, issued by Malaysian Immigration Department, Sabah; OR proof of marriage and birth certificate of dependent.
3) Sabah permanent resident.
4) Working in essential services and dependents must provide valid Malaysian Immigration passes and issued by the Malaysian Immigration Department, State of Sabah.
5) Federal government civil servant in essential services who are posted to Sabah, including Malaysian Armed Forces and their dependants.

Foreign nationals allowed entry include spouses and dependants of Sabahans (same requirement above), permanent residents holding MyPR code of 'H'/Entry Permit Card/Entry Permit Endorsement in passport, essential work pass holders or Temporary Pass holder of MyKAS Sabah and/or IMM13 Sabah.

Detailed entry guidelines can be found here: https://phednp.wixsite.com/website

Those who do not fit the criterias listed by the government will need to obtain special permission from the Sabah Chief Minister's Department. Contact 088-369434 (24 hours) or visit https://hednp.sabah.gov.my for more information.

All those travelling to Sabah must provide a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test swab result, taken within five days before travelling into the state.

In addition to the health declaration through MySejahtera mobile application, travellers need to fill in the health declaration and risk assessment forms. The e-Health Declaration Form can be found at http://sm.jknsabah.gov.my/

After entry, they have to undergo 14 days of quarantine at designated quarantine facilities. Sabahans, Sabah residents or those holding PR and valid work passes can undergo home quarantine for 14 days.

The full list of SOP for Sabah's MCO can be found here (in Malay): https://asset.mkn.gov.my/web/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2019/08/SOP-PKP-SABAH-7-JUN-14-JUN-2021-edited-07062021.pdf
(Ends 28 June 2021)
Other social distancing measures

• Is mask wearing mandatory?
- Masks are mandatory in all public spaces

• Schools
- All teaching and learning activities for higher education institutions under the Higher Education Ministry are to be conducted online.

• Other
- Individual and non-contact sports as well as recreational activities are allowed in open areas from 07.00 to 20.00, but are restricted to only jogging and exercises that need to adhere to a physical distancing of six to ten feet (two-to-three metres).

- Prayers at mosques and surau are limited to a maximum of 12 committee members.

- Individuals who are COVID-19 positive or are suspected to be COVID-19 positive based on travel history to red zones and awaiting results for the second PCR test, along with close contacts of confirmed COVID-19 cases, will have to wear electronic monitoring devices to track their movements.

- Foreign nationals with an expired Social Visit Pass (PLS) have to apply for a special pass to stay in Malaysia while waiting for a flight back to their country of origin. Applicants need to go to the immigration office in person, based on the appointment made via the online appointment system (STO). Documents required in the application include a confirmation letter from the applicant's respective embassy, flight tickets, proof of financial ability to cover the cost of living and latest residential address in Malaysia.
(Until further notice)
Summary
• Is a state of emergency in place? Yes
• Are curfews/lockdowns in place? Yes
• Can businesses operate? Essential only
• Are there other restrictions on internal travel? Yes
• Are there any other restrictions in place? Yes
(Until further notice)
Planned changes and internal conditionsJohor state government are currently in discussions with Federal government to open up limited easing of cross-border travel with Singapore.
(Until further notice)

19 Jun 2021 (Updated Daily)





Risk Summary

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Please see our:

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Malaysia presents a low-risk security environment for foreign nationals and business travellers. Crime is the main risk to these travellers. Pickpocketing and snatch-and-grab attacks remain the most common form of criminal activity targeting individuals. While the majority of such incidents end without serious physical harm to the individual, there have been several cases in which perpetrators have used knives to cause injuries to the victim, and armed robbers are becoming bolder in their actions.

Crime levels in the greater Kuala Lumpur area, including Selangor state, as well as in Johor Bahru (Johor state) are higher than in other parts of the country. Kidnaps-for-ransom are reported periodically in all major urban centres, but the majority of these cases occur within the Malaysian-Chinese community.

Malaysia has never experienced a major terrorist attack. However, there has recently been a marked increase in arrests and discoveries of alleged plots, primarily targeting Kuala Lumpur and to a lesser extent Selangor. While capable of identifying, monitoring and dealing with suspected militants quickly, the authorities are likely to find it increasingly difficult to anticipate or prevent one-off attacks, that would primarily involve minimal planning and improvised or commonly available weapons, such as firearms, knives and, potentially, suicide bombs, and hand grenades.

The most likely targets for such attacks would be red-light areas, bars, breweries, non-Muslim religious sites and restaurants that serve alcohol in central business districts of major urban centres, including those frequented by foreign nationals. Government buildings and security force infrastructure also remain vulnerable to attacks.

The island groups off Sabah state, including Gaya and Ligitan islands, as well as the coastal districts of Kudat, Pitas, Beluran, Sandakan, Kinabatangan, Lahad Datu, Kunak, Semporna and Tawau (all eastern Sabah) are also periodically affected by spillover violence linked to instability in south-western Mindanao and the Sulu Archipelago (both Philippines), as well as from piracy in the Sulu Sea.

This information is intended as a summary of the travel security environment; however, the risks can change at short notice during a crisis or evolving situation. Please check our travel security alerts to ensure you are informed of the most recent developments.

STANDING TRAVEL ADVICE

Vaccinations For Malaysia
CholeraOral vaccination is recommended for travellers
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Hepatitis ARecommended for all travellers and expatriates,
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Hepatitis BRecommended for most travellers and expatriates,
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Japanese encephalitisVaccination is recommended for travellers who
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PolioTo protect themselves from polio, all travellers
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Typhoid feverRecommended for adventurous and long-term
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Yellow feverA yellow fever vaccination certificate is
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