VTL Singapore Malaysia Bus Ticket: As we all know Crona is scattered all over the world and to fight against it there is only one way and we all are aware of it very well. Yes, you are right we are talking about the lockdown and the restrictions of using the public traveling services. On account of this Malayasian government also paused the ticket booking sale of the public transport. So here we are with the good news for those who are now vaccinated, the government has been resumed the sale of flight and bus tickets only for the Vaccinated Travel Lane. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
VTL Singapore Malaysia Bus Ticket
Now the question is, when does this sale is going to be started?
The sale of flight and bus tickets only for the Vaccinated Travel Lane is scheduled to take place on January 21. This news is also scattering over the web and creating a buzz among the citizens of the vaccinated Malaysians. The VTL was suspended by the government from December 23rd to January 20th. And this decision was taken after it identifies that there was a cluster of covid-19 due to the local transmissions recorded on December 20. For the safety of the people, this must need to be taken place as after doing so there has been the observed fall down in the cases of the covid.
Malaysia-Singapore VTL Flight, Bus Tickets Sale Resumes Today
Health Minister of the Malayasia, Mr. Khairy Jamaludin stated that the occupancy for bus and flight tickets has been reduced to 50percent of the capacity. Do passengers those were booked their tickets before Jan 20 are now allowed to travel on public transport but they should be vaccinated. So as per the current situation of the country due to corona, the decision to resume the sale for VTL is help to reduce the risk of the virus. If there will be an increase in tickets sales quote will directly going to depend on the risk assets which will be conducted by the ministry. So the current situation of the country is still at risk and the government is still working to keep on fighting against the corona.
Stay tuned for the updates on the same.