In a latest Coronavirus travel update, fully vaccinated travellers do not need travel insurance to enter Singapore or Malaysia through the land border from April 1, 2022.

The announcement was made by Singapore's Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) on Wednesday following an update from the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA).

As of now, short-term visitors need travel insurance to come inside Singapore. The minimum coverage of the insurance should be S$30000 (INR 16,67,149). Similarly, travel insurance has been removed for short-term visitors who are fully vaccinated and traveling through land borders on the Causeway and Second Link to Malaysia.

However, if a traveler is partially or unvaccinated, he or she must purchase travel insurance with coverage of at least US $ 20,000, informed Malaysia's health ministry.

Malaysian government has also announced plans to remove toll charges on all vehicles from the Causeway and Second Link Immigration Complex from April 1 to 7. 

Ismail Sabri Yacoub, Prime Minister of Malaysia, said, "This is in line with Singapore's vision of easing cross-border movement. This discount is for Malaysians and other users who want to top-up their Touch 'n Go and Smart Tags. or renew. "


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