The council has expressed its applaud for the Government’s decision to fully reopen Malaysia’s borders beginning 1 April 2022.
MHTC has also expressed their optimism on the well-detailed plan and guidance announced by YB Khairy Jamaluddin during a press conference yesterday towards the recovery of Malaysia’s healthcare travel industry for revitalising the nation’s economy and healthcare tourism, in marching toward endemicity.
This timely announcement is seen by the Council as a boost of its efforts for the Recovery phase of the industry, in its mission to provide the best Malaysia healthcare travel experience by 2025. The full reopening of the borders will allow for seamless continuity of care and access to world-class quality, accessible, and affordable healthcare services for our international patients.
“We look forward to welcoming international travellers back to Malaysia, a safe and trusted destination, strengthened by our nation’s commitment to embracing endemicity,” Mohd Daud Mohd Arif, Chief Executive Officer of MHTC commented.
MHTC will continue to intensify its efforts in showcasing Malaysia Healthcare’s capabilities and strengths by solidifying its position as the Fertility and Cardiology Hub of Asia, Cancer Care Centre of Excellence, as well as the Hepatitis C Treatment Hub of Asia among others via synergistic Public-Private Partnerships and pave the way for more innovative industry service offerings.