PETALING JAYA: Badminton players from China do not face any restrictions to enter Malaysia to participate in the Malaysian Open which opens on January 10 to 15.
The Secretary General of the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM), Datuk Kenny Goh gave the assurance, but still obeyed all the regulations set by the Malaysian government.
Yesterday, the Malaysian Government assured that foreign tourists entering the country, especially from countries that have been detected recording a high rate of transmission of Covid-19 cases, will be fully monitored.
“First of all, we will follow all the rules set by the government regarding this Covid-19 issue.
“Secondly, if we look at the specifics of the Chinese national team, there may be no problem entering this country because they may be in other countries before arriving in Malaysia.
“Currently, we have also not heard from the Chinese Badminton Association. So, for now there is no problem,” he said.
In the meantime, Kenny also confirmed that several players from Denmark and France have arrived in Malaysia to start training in the country before the start of the Malaysian Open.
“I understand that some countries have arrived in Malaysia and trained here such as at the Academy of Badminton Malaysia (ABM) and some local badminton clubs.
“Among the teams that have undergone training are France and Denmark at ABM,” he said. – MESSENGER
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