Due to the epidemic, the country's government has banned the entry of citizens of 23 countries including Bangladesh into Malaysia.
This ban will remain in force till further instructions. Malaysian authorities have banned the citizens of these countries mainly because of the high incidence of corona virus.
The Malaysian High Commission in Dhaka announced this information in a circular on Saturday (07 November).
Citing a report published in a newspaper in Dhaka, the Malaysian High Commission said that 23 countries, including Bangladesh, have the highest incidence of coronavirus, and the ban on citizens of those countries from entering Malaysia remains in place.
However, in special cases or for urgent purposes, Malaysian immigration permits may be entered into the country. And for workers whose visas have expired, the company can request the Malaysian authorities to resume the visa process.
Countries whose visas are temporarily suspended for entry into Malaysia are Bangladesh, India, Peru, Colombia, South Africa, Argentina, Mexico, Chile, Iran, Pakistan, Turkey, Germany, Iraq, Philippines, Indonesia, United States, Britain, Brazil, Spain , France, Italy, Saudi Arabia and Russia.
Apart from this, if a Malaysian citizen returns to his country from these countries, he will have to stay in quarantine for 14 days.