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MotoGP working to avoid quarantines for Sepang pre-season test

MotoGP is working with the Malaysian government to allow the paddock to go to the first pre-season test without having to serve a minimum quarantine period. Travel restrictions remain in place worldwide heading into 2021 owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, with countries tightening their borders in the wake of the spread of a new variant of the virus. Currently, all travellers to Malaysia must observe a minimum quarantine period of seven days, should a negative PCR test result be provided, before being allowed out of self-isolation. Under its current framework, the Malaysian government's COVID rules pose a problem for the MotoGP paddock, which is set to have its first pre-season test of 2021...
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