The Prime Minister's Office in a statement here said the facilities encompass the Electronic Travel Registration & Information (eNTRI) facility, Visa on Arrival, e-visa and manual visa. The decision was made after taking into consideration the latest situation on the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak in China specifically in Hubei Province, it said.
Several major expressways in the country have seen traffic flow slow down.
He said the state government was also looking at new ways of monitoring people who enter Sarawak.
The Health minister confirmed that the number of positive Wuhan coronavirus cases in Malaysia stood at four while pending cases, those awaiting results of laboratory tests, numbered five, all involving Chinese nationals.
Stay safe on your travels everyone!
Cases reported in Melaka, Terengganu, Negeri Sembilan and Pahang which had gone viral on social media were not true.
Chief Minister Adly Zahari said the people should be informed that water rationing would ensure that the state had sufficient water until the end of March.
Foreign Affairs Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah said, for the moment, there was no need to bring the Malaysians home, explaining that such a move will depend on how critical the situation is.
"This is clearly a bogus theory that this virus was created in a lab, patented and has a vaccine already made to it.”