In response to a new outbreak of coronary pneumonia, Singapore and Malaysia announced a second joint working meeting.

Fully agree to return by land or water to tourists suspected of new coronary heart disease at border checkpoints.

The Ministry of Health issued a statement saying officials are expected to participate via a video conference on March 24.

  The Senior Minister of Health and Transport of Singapore co-chaired the meeting with the Deputy Minister of Health of Malaysia.

The full delegate agreed at the meeting: continue to establish border quarantine facilities to unify the temperature of the human body that does not meet the entry temperature to 37.5 seconds.

Both parties also discussed arrangements for sustainable, safe personnel, goods and services exchange.