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09 September 2020
Sandhya Saravanan No holidays for the sick: functions and powers of aviation regulators during COVID-19 pandemic

Malaysia - SKRINE

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and in a move to boost economic activity through medical tourism in Malaysia, the government has announced that it will partially reopen Malaysia's borders to medical tourists from designated green zone countries (eg, Brunei, Singapore, South Korea, Japan, Australia and New Zealand), allowing them to fly in via commercial or chartered flights.

Author: Sandhya Saravanan
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Fernando Hurtado de Mendoza Wakanda-esque restrictions – forever?

Peru - Kennedys Law LLP

The closure of Peru's borders and the restrictions placed on international flights to and from the country due to COVID-19 have had a highly negative effect on tourism and its related industries. While the ongoing health emergency should not be underestimated, the time to reassess the aviation restrictions has arrived. The aviation industry should at least expect the government to provide clarity with regard to when international operations for passengers will be resumed.

Author: Fernando Hurtado de Mendoza
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