Malaysia has imposed new travel restrictions on passengers from around the world, including Bangladesh.
However, in case of complete fault, within two days of the journey, the corona identification PCR test will be taken and the negative certificate will have to be obtained.
The new travel ban will take effect on April 1, according to an order issued by Civil Aviation on Sunday. A copy of the order has been sent to the Bangladesh Civil Aviation Authority.
The order further states that all passengers have been fully vaccinated, but at the same time in the last two months, it has been identified that all passengers must enter Malaysia with an antigen test and negative report two days before departure without having to be in a quarantine.