Over 176,000 cleared S'pore-Malaysia land checkpoints on first 3 days of border reopening

It is expected that more will travel over land in the coming days as many wait to see how things go on the ground. ST PHOTO: FELINE LIM
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SINGAPORE - Between Friday (April 1) and Sunday evening, 56,000 people arrived here from Malaysia and just over 120,000 entered Malaysia from Singapore through land checkpoints, the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) said on Monday.

This was in the first three days since land borders between the two countries fully reopened, allowing in private vehicles in addition to bus services.

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