World’s Busiest International Border Soon to Reopen in JB

Malaysia’s Senior Minister Ismail Sabri Yaacob said on Monday (June 8) that the 250,000+ Malaysians working in Singapore can cross the JB border and resume work there once both governments come to a final resolution on the matter.

Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Hasni Mohammad said the decision was certainly encouraging, especially for the people of Johor who have been finding it hard to get through the day since most of them lost their main source of income.

This means an influx between JB and the most infected country in the region. The reasons behind this decision was to help drive and boost the economic sector of both countries said Hasni.

Hasni also added that the health and safety aspects of the workers must be given priority so that they do not trigger a new cluster of Covid-19 infections. So strict measures will be taken on the

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