At the beginning of June 1, the MySejahtera program would use Fast Answer (QR) codes to enable public self-registration before accessing company premises and food.
Health Director-General Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said the upgrade was the result of public concern about the use of pens which could be contaminated.
On a similar topic, Dr Noor Hisham said the program has been downloaded by 752,711 individuals so far. They will use QR codes for MySejahtera from June 1, so there’s no need to use pen to write the email. They make sure that they are going to update the program periodically. But more importantly, if they don’t have the QR code, then they will be advising everyone to always bring their own pen, that’s better. At the daily Covid-19 media conference in Putrajaya on May 28, when I go shopping, some shops have their own staff to write the names, so that is another way to do it.
On a similar topic, Dr Noor Hisham said the program has been downloaded by 752,711 individuals so far. He said the health ministry (MOH) urged more Malaysians to access the application to get the new Covid-19 details and notifications. Dr Noor Hisham said MOH and other ministries as well as non-governmental organizations would coordinate discussions to search at long-term approaches to the infectious disease in another development.
He focused on a suggestion provided by a local university academic for MOH to use the modules to eliminate Covid-19 infections among illegal immigrants in coping with HIV.
Through a good suggestion and holistically strategy, they should sit down and discuss the issue of illegal immigrants and foreign workers. Since, It is important to be sitting and talking together. They should put their heads together to find a solution, particularly with regard to infections among illegal immigrants.