Covid-19 Travel Health Advisory
Tips and advice on what to do if you get Covid-19 and how to monitor your symptoms while travelling overseas
Covid-19 Testing requirements for travellers in SEA countries
Tested positive for Covid-19 while travelling?
We recommend receiving medical advice if you fall under any of the following criteria
Aged 70 years and older
Less than 3 years old
Less than 12 years old and have any of these conditions:
Congenital condition or growth disorder that affects the heart, lungs or brain
Diabetes Mellitus or Hypertension
Had an organ transplant surgery before
Have any disease or are taking medications which weaken the immune system
Diagnosed with cancer before (including blood cancers)
Diagnosed with HIV or AIDS
Have disease affecting heart, lungs, kidneys, liver or brain that required hospital admission in the last 6 months
What should you do if you got Covid-19 while travelling?
Stop travelling if you test positive for Covid-19, you may need to quarantine or self-isolate and stay longer than planned at your at your destination.
Be open to changing your plans to avoid putting others’ health at risk of Covid-19.
Get updated on Covid-19 related rules before your travel overseas or check with the local your travel destination on since you may be exposed to the coronavirus while travelling. Even if you have a negative COVID-19 test before your trip, you could still be in the early incubation phase of contracting Covid-19.
Doctor Anywhere Services and quarantine requirements
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What if got Covid-19 symptoms / tested positive for Covid-19 after landing in the country
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If unwell and you test positive for Covid-19, you must undergo isolation via a Home Surveillance Order (HSO) for up to seven (7) days at your hotel or residential accommodation
Day 4 - 6 - If no symptoms and test is negative, do a supervised RTK test to exit quarantine
Day 7 - Regardless of symptoms, you may exit quarantine
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Travellers who test positive need to self-isolate for at least 72 hours.
Should you receive a HRN (Health Risk Notice) via SMS you will need to self isolate immediately and follow the instructions of the SMS sent to you
If you test positive for Covid-19,
Fully Vaccinated Travellers are required to self-isolate for up to 7 days till they test negative.
Partially Vaccinated or Unvaccinated Travellers should self-isolate for 14 days at their hotel or residential accommodation.
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Travellers who test positive need to self-isolate and contact the authorities.
For all travellers, if you are tested positive for Covid-19, you are required to self-isolate until your test shows negative. The application of the quarantine rules may be subjected to the current situation of COVID-19 in each city or province
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Mild Symptoms - Required to self-isolate in hotels, residential accommodation or provided facilities within the advised timeline from the COVID-19 task force and Health Ministry
Moderate and severe symptoms - The quarantine will be taken in hospitals with timeline from the COVID-19 task force and Health Ministry and based on the condition.
If you have symptoms of SARS-CoV-2 infection you must immediately notify the nearest medical facility for instructions.
If you test positive for COVID-19. Report or call TD 123. A SMS from the Ministry of Health will be sent to you, follow the steps accordingly.
Individual who are tested positive to Covid-19 in Myanmar have to self-report online or contact MOH immediately.
If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.
Individuals showing symptoms of COVID-19 upon arrival, regardless of vaccination status, will be subject to PCR testing at the airport and given instructions on mandatory therapeutic isolation.
Tele-consult with a DA doctor/ specialist from our app!
Steps to book an appointment :
1.Use a VPN and connect to Malaysian server.
2. Download the DA app
For parents, our Pediatrician is just 1 call away.
Covid-19 Vaccination in Malaysia
The COVID-19 vaccine is provided for free to all citizens and non-citizens of Malaysia. On January 11, 2022, KKM announced the availability and roll out of COVID-19 booster shots. The booster shot is highly recommended to ensure optimal protection against COVID-19 infection especially from severe symptoms, and, in unfortunate cases, deaths.