KLIA Safety Measures: Peace of Mind On Your Travels
We have mentioned before how Malaysia Airports has improved KLIA safety measures in order to facilitate safe air travels. This includes all the common safety measures such as the enforcement of the wearing of face masks, temperature scanning, social distancing, and regular sanitisation of airport facilities. As we are getting ready to once again allow for not only interstate but also international flights, Malaysia Airports continues to adapt the safety protocols in our joint global effort in handling the COVID-19 pandemic.
Contact tracing is how government bodies keep track and identify those who have come into contact with infected persons. It is a crucial method of quickly locating and quarantining possibly infected persons to curb the possible spread of the disease. In Malaysia, contact tracing is done via the MySejahtera app which is developed by the Malaysian government. All inbound passengers are required to download and register their details on the app, including non-Malaysians.
Health Declaration Centre
Passengers will be directed to the Health Declaration Centre prior to passport control to be processed. Here, passengers will be required to fill all necessary documentation, and a virus detection test will be administered by the health workers.
Luggage Sanitisation by NADMA
All luggage will be sanitised by the Disaster Control Team of the National Disaster Management Agency (NADMA) prior to collection at airport exits.
Transit to Quarantine
Passengers will then board a bus to be taken to their respective quarantine locations.
As Tan Sri Dr. Noor Hisham Abdullah explains, air travel is one of the safest modes of travel, so with everybody’s cooperation with the KLIA safety measures, it is our hope that everybody can travel safely once again.
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