Malaysia and Singapore will begin reopening the borders between the two countries from August 17, 2020, under the Reciprocal Green Lane, and the Periodic Commuting Arrangement travel schemes.
Thailand began allowing selected international arrivals from July 1, 2020, as the country began easing its lockdown measures.
As of June 17, 2020, Singapore will allow inbound travelers from selected countries to undergo self-quarantine in their place of residence.
Cambodia has lifted its entry bans on six countries from May 20, 2020, although strict entry requirements will still apply.
The Singapore-China fast lane came allows for essential business and official travel between Singapore and six provinces in China.
Indonesia’s Ministry of Health issued Decree 228/2020, which provides safety guidelines for businesses after the lockdown ends.
Indonesia issued new health protocols for international arrivals at all its ports of entry, requiring everyone to undergo PCR testing and quarantine.
Indonesia’s Ministry of Manpower has reminded employers that payment of the religious holiday allowance (THR) is still obligatory despite the pandemic.
Cambodia issued new regulations on new tax incentives as well as obligations on suspending employment contracts.
On March 3, 2020, Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower announced new rules on the hiring of foreign employees. These were enacted May 1, 2020.