Guidelines for passengers traveling to Kualalumpur<img alt="" src="" style="BORDER:px solid;" />Guidelines for passengers traveling to Kualalumpur2020-09-07T19:30:00ZTourists are not allowed to enter Malaysia until 1 January 2021. This restriction may be subject to extension by the government.<br>Before arrival<br>o All Mahan Air passengers must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate from the designated laboratories by the Islamic Republic of Iran Ministry of Health and Medical Education and present the test result certificate at check-in. The test must be taken a maximum of 96 hours before departure. This excludes children below 2 years old. The designated laboratories include:<br><br>1. Vanak Lab -Tehran<br>2. Erfan Niayesh Hospital Lab -Tehran (West Hemmat Expressway)<br>3. Pars Hospital Lab - Tehran (Keshavarz Blvd.)<br>4. Resalat Hospital Lab – Tehran (Next to the Seyed Khandan Bridge) <br>5. Pastor Institute Lab (for Diplomats & Governmental officers of Islamic Republic of Iran)-Tehran<br>6. Jahad daneshgahi Central Lab Khorasan Unit – Mashhad <br>7. Nikan Lab – Mashhad (Ahmad Abad- Aref 2) <br>8. Arad Pathobiology Lab - Karaj <br>9. Azarmehr Lab - Isfahan<br>10. Niloo Microbiology Lab - Shiraz<br>11. BooAli Lab - Qom (<br>12. Pars Hospital Lab – Rasht (Gholipour Blvd.) <br>13. Danesh Lab – Tabriz (New 17 Shahrivar St.) <br>14. Farzan Lab – Hamedan (Booali) <br><br><br>o All individuals entering Malaysia must complete an LOU, obtain a letter of approval (entry permit) from an accredited Malaysian Mission; and install, activate, and register on the MySejahtera app.<br><br>* Effective on 7 September 2020, expatriates that are citizens or residents of Iran will not be allowed entry to Malaysia<br><br>Other nationalities who hold a permanent resident pass, long-term visa and employment visa from listed countries will be restricted from entering Malaysia.<br>The restriction does not apply to:<br>o Malaysian citizens<br>o Passengers in transit to another flight departing from same terminal (KLIA)<br>Passengers who belong to the following categories are exempted from the restriction provided they meet the described conditions.<br>o Diplomats who are appointed in Malaysia and their registered dependents must get approval from the director general of immigration before travelling to Malaysia.<br>o United Nations (UN), World Health Organization (WHO) and United Nations Development Programs (UNDP) Passport holders must get approval from the director general of immigration before travelling to Malaysia.<br>o Seamen travelling to join a ship must present a letter of guarantee (LG) and their seaman’s book at their point of entry.<br>o Operating and positioning airline crew must travel on general declaration and submit a general declaration for next operations.<br>o Petroleum industry (oil and gas) crew and professional workers must get approval from the director general of immigration before travelling to Malaysia.<br>On arrival<br>o All passengers will undergo health screening and a swab test upon arrival at their own cost.<br>o All passengers arriving in Malaysia who show no symptoms and test negative for COVID-19 will be quarantined for 14 days at a government provided quarantine facility at their own expense.<br>o Passengers with a positive test result will be directly referred to a hospital and must undergo treatment and hospitalization at their own cost.<br>o For further information please refer to following guidelines for entry and quarantine processes.<br>Seamen travelling to Malaysia:<br>o Must carry a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate issued within 72 hours of departure<br>o Must obtain approval from Malaysia immigration before travel<br>o Must have a guarantee letter from the shipping company<br>Transit through Malaysia<br>o There are no restrictions for passengers connecting to international flights.<br>o Passengers connecting to domestic flights must complete the 14-day quarantine at government provided quarantine facilities at the point of international arrival and will be allowed to travel onward to their domestic destination after the quarantine period.<br>o Domestic passengers connecting to international flights must report to the check-in counter or transfer desk no later than 60 minutes before their next departure.<br><br>For more details, please refer to the following Malaysian government websites.<br>o Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia<br>o National Disaster Management Agency (NADMA)<br>o Immigration Department of Malaysia<br>o Immigration Department of Malaysia Expatriate Service Division<br>o Ministry of Health Malaysia<br>o Ministry of Transport Malaysia<br>o Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia<br>o Education Malaysia website<br><br>